use base qw/Catalyst::Plugin::Session::State/;
DESCRIPTIONThis class doesn't actually provide any functionality, but when the "Catalyst::Plugin::Session" module sets up it will check to see that "YourApp->isa("Catalyst::Plugin::Session::State")".
When you write a session state plugin you should subclass this module this reason only.
WRITING STATE PLUGINSTo write a session state plugin you usually need to extend two methods:
Set "sessionid" (accessor) at prepare time using data in the request.
Note that this must happen before other "prepare_action" instances, in order to get along with Catalyst::Plugin::Session. Overriding "prepare_cookies" is probably the stablest approach.
Modify the response at to include the session ID if "sessionid" is defined,
using whatever scheme you use. For example, set a cookie,