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User authentication with MySQLi Server Behaviors

Thread began 9/12/2014 6:11 pm by david_allen | Last modified 9/15/2014 2:24 pm by david_allen | 392 views | 3 replies


User authentication with MySQLi Server Behaviors

To confirm, re the tutorial just released with the above name:

Parts of our site use pages DataAssist, and thus the deprecated MySQL. Nonetheless, we can build user authentication pages - and also restrict access to pages - using the MySQLi extension, if these are separate pages.

May I check, is this correct?

To check further, my fairly quick reading of the named tutorial suggests that: I need at least three parts in the tutorial, to user authenticate and restrict access. Namely:

• Add MySQLi recordset
• MySQLi Log In User
• MySQLi Restrict Access to Page

Other elements may be useful, such as Logout. But the three above are required to user authenticate and to restrict access.

Again, may I check, is this correct?

As always, much thanks. And especially thanks for the new MySQLi extension and the help to get going with it, leading to all the tools updated.


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