open_id_authentication - “OpenIdAuthentication.store is nil. Using in-memory store.” problem


I am trying to make the open_id_authentication plugin
working.
Initially was doing it with authlogic but abandoned
because it feels like much more hassle the help.


The
problem is that I am getting OpenIdAuthentication.store is nil.
Using in-memory store.
warning in the log which prevents from
authenticating users correctly.


Here is the log
snippet:


Processing UserSessionsController#create (for
127.0.0.1 at 2010-04-21 23:58:38) [POST]
Parameters:
{"commit"=>"Sign in",
"authenticity_token"=>"MSPc+VMgsQZ/w7vsb2OiE0azsF1QmphZqfnS6cPRD/U=",
"openid_identifier"=>"http://myopenid.com"}
Co

I've been working on adding in-app purchases and was able to create
and test in-app purchases using Store Kit (yay!). During testing, I
exercised my app in a way which caused the app to crash mid purchase
(so I guess the normal cycle of receiving
paymentQueue:updatedTransactions and calling finishTransaction was
interrupted).


Now I am unable to successfully complete any
transactions and instead am getting only transactions with
transactionState SKPaymentTransactionStateFailed when
paymentQueue:updatedTransactions is called.


The
transaction.error.code is -1003 and the
transaction.error.localizedDescription is "Cannot connect to iTunes
Store"!

Mobile Programming

I am working on adding In-App purchases to my app.


I am
able to receive the productsRequest:didReceiveResponse method, and
receive the array of products.


My problem arises when I
add a SKPayment to the SKPaymentQueue. After I add the product to the
queue, in the paymentQueue:updatedTransactions method the transactions
always have the state SKPaymentTransactionStateFailed.


I
NSLog the "transaction.error" and this is what it returns: Error
Domain=SKErrorDomain Code=0 UserInfo=0x165000 "Cannot connect to
iTunes Store"


I have logged out of the Store in the
Settings app, but after trying to purchase a product in my

Programming Languages

I am trying to make the open_id_authentication plugin
working.
Initially was doing it with authlogic but abandoned
because it feels like much more hassle the help.


The
problem is that I am getting OpenIdAuthentication.store is nil.
Using in-memory store.
warning in the log which prevents from
authenticating users correctly.


Here is the log
snippet:


Processing UserSessionsController#create (for
127.0.0.1 at 2010-04-21 23:58:38) [POST]
Parameters:
{"commit"=>"Sign in",
"authenticity_token"=>"MSPc+VMgsQZ/w7vsb2OiE0azsF1QmphZqfnS6cPRD/U=",
"openid_identifier"=>"http://myopenid.com"}
Co
Programming Languages

If I set this in my environment

/>config.action_controller.cache_store = :mem_cache_store />

ActionController::Base.cache_store will
use a memcached store but Rails.cache will use a memory store
instead:


$ ./script/console
>>
ActionController::Base.cache_store
=>
#<ActiveSupport::Cache::MemCacheStore:0xb6eb4bbc
@data=<MemCache: 1 servers, ns: nil, ro: false>> />>> Rails.cache
=>
#<ActiveSupport::Cache::MemoryStore:0xb78b5e54 @data={}> />

In my app, I use Rails.cache.fetch(key){
object }
to cache objects inside

Programming Languages

I've been working on an app for quite a while and suddenly started
to hit this error when the app tries to open a Core Data store. I
hadn't made any changes to my data model or the data access code for
over a month, so I don't think it can be anything that I'm doing wrong
as far as interacting with Core Data. (Meaning, the URLs are ok, the
call pattern is ok, etc...)


Interestingly, these are the
log lines immediately before the error:

/>

/SourceCache/GoogleMobileMaps/GoogleMobileMaps-217.2/googlenav/mac/TileStore.mm:209
unable to open /var/mobile/Library/Caches/MapTiles/MapTiles.sqlitedb:
(14) unable to open database file
/SourceCache/GoogleMo

Mobile Programming

I would like to use a single NSManagedObject subclass to represent
an item. However, much of the time, the items I will be representing
are fleeting, and are not to be saved to the persistent store. It
seems like an in-memory store would be the correct setup.

/>

However a few times the user can choose to 'save' an item, and
thus I would then like that item to be persisted to a SQLite
store.


It seems as though I need two stores. Do I need two
contexts? Is there a recommended way to move an item from the
in-memory store to the 'saved' persistent store? Any other suggestions
or issues people can recommend when mixing persistent and
non-persistent managed

Mobile Programming

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