[SOLVED] "Cookies must be enabled" problem?

11 years 7 months ago #124891 by jelutz
Replied by jelutz on topic Re:"Cookies must be enabled" problem?
In my case, enabling cookies in the client is not possible. I'm trying to get Google Adsense to crawl pages available to registered users, and I get this error.

I see that Joomla has an option to handle sessions with the database; I'm sure it can be done in CB as well. It would be nice to take this configuration option from the Joomla option.

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11 years 7 months ago #124901 by beat
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jelutz wrote:

In my case, enabling cookies in the client is not possible. I'm trying to get Google Adsense to crawl pages available to registered users, and I get this error.

I see that Joomla has an option to handle sessions with the database; I'm sure it can be done in CB as well. It would be nice to take this configuration option from the Joomla option.


Session storage and browser Cookies are two different items.

Login state (needed for your crawl obviously) is managed by Joomla, not by CB.

Search extensions.joomla.org , i'm pretty sure there is a plugin with a special url for that purpose.

Please post back your findings here for the community and you to find next time. :)

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11 years 7 months ago #125487 by abonneville
Replied by abonneville on topic Re:"Cookies must be enabled" problem?
The site was originally online when the issue started. Now having it offline, switching it back doesn't do anything.

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11 years 1 month ago #140856 by Hockney45
Replied by Hockney45 on topic Re:"Cookies must be enabled" problem?
I am having the exact same thing with the latest Joolma and CB versions. Love to have a fix

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11 years 1 month ago #140940 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic Re:"Cookies must be enabled" problem?
We don't know the direct cause of this issue and thus there is no fix, something in your installation or hosting environment is preventing the security checking from functioning properly. You can disable low level security with the following edit to see if it resolves your issue. Please note you are disabling some of CBs security when doing this.

IN: administrator/components/com_comprofiler/plugin.foundation.php
ON: Line 19
FROM:
[code:1]
define( '_CB_SPOOFCHECKS', 1 );
[/code:1]
TO:
[code:1]
define( '_CB_SPOOFCHECKS', 0 );
[/code:1]


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11 years 1 month ago #141138 by modifiedacura
Replied by modifiedacura on topic Re:"Cookies must be enabled" problem?
Same problem.
Code change resolved it for now,

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