[development] No last access?
Carl Mc Dade
carl_mcdade at yahoo.com
Mon Feb 12 15:43:29 UTC 2007
No luck with that. Time code shown in database = 1171293946 timecode called by using the following
$account = user_load(array((is_numeric($user->uid) ? 'uid' : 'name') => $user->uid, 'status' => 1));
You see the trick here is that to see the printed time you have to login. Since there is no last login stored the $object->access pulls thle only thing available.
What I have done in my module is store the time in another field so I have lastaccess and newaccess. Newacess is being constanly updated by the user object. But lastaccess only accepts a value from newaccess. When newaccess is updated the old value goes to lastaccess which is what I want to be able to use.
I could not find anything in the present core that does this.
Carl Mc Dade
----- Original Message ----
From: John VanDyk <jvandyk at iastate.edu>
To: development at drupal.org
Sent: Monday, February 12, 2007 3:55:48 PM
Subject: Re: [development] No last access?
http://drupal.org/node/91786 "user_load() clarification"
>I can imagine the the global user might not have
>the info in it... but if you do
>user_load(array('uid' => $user->uid)); // <--
>$user is global user, you might get a hold of
>it. Just shooting from the hip.
>Moshe Weitzman wrote:
>>Carl Mc Dade wrote:
>>>Well, I spent sunday evening being sick and
>>>looking over last access functionality
>>>historically as per Bérs advice. I looked back
>>>to version 4.4 to 4.7.4. a found surprisingly
>>>that Drupal has never really had a last access
>>>functionality. It has had calculation code to
>>>gather such information but nothing
>>>definative. Strangely enough there has not
>>>been too much call for this information so no
>>>one has noticed.
>>This is all nonsense. The user admin page shows
>>you last access for each user. And that number
>>is accurate, so we must be collecting that info
>>somewhere. Furthermore, access is easily
>>available for all modules in the standard $user
>>Fire up your debugger and you will see the
>>writing of this infomation in sess_write().
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