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When I installed Magento 1.8.xx on Windows, the database had the web/unsecure/base_url and web/secure/base_url entries in the path, which I was able to change from localhost to 127.0.0.1 to resolve the well-known 'cookie issue'. But in my 1.9.0.1 installation on my Ubuntu, these columns are missing. I have removed the Magento installation and reinstalled it, but still with the same result. Eventually, as advised by @benmarks in the answers, I simply added them and it worked.

But will anyone be able to tell me why they are missing in my new installation? Is it simply a bug, or because of my OS, or because of the different versions of Magento?

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These aren't columns. They are values in the "path" column of the core_config_data table.

If they aren't in this table yet, simply create them.

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  • I was able to create them to resolve the 'cookie issue', but would you happen to know why they were missing in the first place? – dayuloli Jun 14 '14 at 12:27
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    Until they are explicitly saved in the database they will be determined from the configuration XML or explicit "if not set" logic hardcoded into the classes. – benmarks Jun 14 '14 at 18:35

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