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mysqli login log

Thread began 2/15/2015 11:05 pm by localidiot | Last modified 2/19/2015 11:47 am by localidiot | 792 views | 5 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the user log table, have a column for the username, and a column for the password.

store the login username and password using the insert record behavior.

on the page where you view the login attempts, you can then use a join query to join the log table to the users table on the username column, and in the select statement, compare the password from the log table to the password from the users table:

SELECT login_log.UserPassword = users.UserPassword as loginStatus, users.UserEmail
FROM login_log
login_log.UserEmail = users.UserEmail

in this example, if the password for the 2 table matches, loginStatus will be 1, or 0 if they don't match.

NOTE, the above SQL is an example only and will need to be modified to match your table and column names.

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