WASession became more and more covered with functionality that was not session related and only relevant for a single request. To counter this Seaside 3.0 introduces
WARequestContext where request handling information is stored.
WARequestContext can be access in a similar way how
WASession could be accessed in Seaside 2.8 and earlier.
WACurrentRequestContext value. "answers the current request contest"
WACurrentRequestContext value request. "answers the current request"
WACurrentRequestContext value session. "answers the current session"
WACurrentRequestContext value application. "answers the current application"
We also added
GRObject as a common superclass of most classes in Seaside. From within any object that subclasses
GRObject you can also access the current request context like so:
Similarly there are shortcuts for the current session and application:
Seaside 2.8 code should mostly continue working. However we deprecated the following methods on
WASession and moved them to
We recommend that you update your code because these methods will be removed in the next major version of Seaside. We also recommend that you replace
in your code.