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Custom Send New Password doesnt return to login.php

Thread began 2/23/2012 5:03 pm by Christopher West | Last modified 2/24/2012 1:19 pm by Christopher West | 1506 views | 6 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Custom Send New Password doesnt return to login.php

Hi there an odd problem, I have created a lost password page, it seems to update the password in the database, but doesnt go to the login page instead it stays on the same page.

I have attached the file.

I have setup a WebAssist Random Password in bindings, then in Server behaviors I have set up Session variable to the Random Password Binding. The created an Update page to then save this password as an encypted password. Finally I used the Secruity Assist 2 Email Password and linked it to the Session Variable.

The attached file is a dynamic plugin thats being called from Login.php (the default dynamic plugin is the regular login form) and so the URL .php?status=forgot calls the attached php file.

FYI The username is the Email address (since I prefer login systems that use email addresses)

sending screenshots in case they help.

BTW when I set up the WebAssist Random Password for some reason it didnt create "wa_randompassword.php" in the default WebAssist folder in my project directory...instead it created a new WebAssist folder outside my project - so i had to manually copy and paste it into the correct directory.

Further more the "Secruity Assist Email Password" automatically creates a UserName field in the email body section (which I had to manually change to my UserEmail field.

Please help :)

Chris

Attached Files
plg_forgot.zip

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