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jonasbn (1153)

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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

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Journal of jonasbn (1153)

Tuesday April 03, 2007
04:23 PM

What seems to be bugging me?

[ #32892 ]

What the hell is my problem? - I have two serious bugs I need to fix, both are in checkout procedures. One in a system implemented in PHP and the other in one implemented in Perl.

The systems carry no resemblance to each other apart from them being checkout procedures.

What a crazy pattern, perhaps I should get them addressed shortly, since this pattern of bugs in these particular parts of the systems are bugging me.

The Perl one is the one I am the most confident in, I just need to be able to replicate it better. Then write a few tests and get it out of the way.

The PHP one however might have to do with session. I want to send some mails after payment has been processed externally - this works great for me, but a lot of the transactions loose their session and there for die. Perhaps I should play it safe and serialize and de-serialize the session in between the communication with the external payment gateway.

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