what is a session stored via the active_record_store option unique to?

Hi,

After a bunch of snooping in AWDWR and Railsguides I can't reach a
good understanding to the following question: What is a session stored
via the active_record_store option unique to? In other words, how does
rails bind the user to their session under the active_record_store
option?

This concern has arisen in the following way...

...I have two use levels in my app: 1) authenticated (authlogic) and
2) unauthenticated. In case 2, I'd been persisting user data with a
session variable. I'd like to treat the session in case 2 as unique to
the user, but I can't test this assumption while working on one
development machine. Do I need to use some specially-prepared session
variable to ensure each unauthenticated user has only their unique
session under active_record_store?

Thanks,

Lille

Hi,

After a bunch of snooping in AWDWR and Railsguides I can't reach a
good understanding to the following question: What is a session stored
via the active_record_store option unique to? In other words, how does
rails bind the user to their session under the active_record_store
option?

The user has a cookie (by default called session_id or _session_id or
something along those lines) storing the session id.

Fred