On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 2:08 AM, Anil Jangity <an...@me.com> wrote:Django logins are handled by a session, and sessions are saved by the
> I am trying to build a User model with a dedicated LDAP backend. I have no
> SQL database.
> def login(request):
> def manage(request):
> Shouldn't the manage() show the user being authenticated?
Session middleware when the response is passed back to the client. Django's
builtin login call returns a response that sets the new session for the
logged in user; however, you're throwing away that information and
returning your own response, so the session isn't being saved.
If you want to persist the session, you'll need to pull the relevant
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