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Thread began 10/15/2009 6:38 pm by buonsen368464 | Last modified 10/22/2009 4:32 pm by buonsen368464 | 3339 views | 17 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

neilo is correct, the problem is in the code for checking if the username already exists:

php:
<?php

// *** Redirect if username exists
$MM_flag="MM_insert";
if (isset(
$_POST[$MM_flag])) {
$MM_dupKeyRedirect="../account/failed.php";
$loginUsername $_POST['EmailAddress'];
$LoginRS__query "SELECT EmailAddress FROM user WHERE EmailAddress='" $loginUsername "'";
mysql_select_db($database_Roseshuttle$Roseshuttle);
$LoginRS=mysql_query($LoginRS__query$Roseshuttle) or die(mysql_error());
$loginFoundUser mysql_num_rows($LoginRS);




The redirect:
$MM_dupKeyRedirect="../account/failed.php";

ends up pointing to:
failed.php

but the failed.php page exists at:
failed.php


The redirect needs to be changed to:
$MM_dupKeyRedirect="../failed.php";


The cause of the failure is a different matter. In the Users table, you have a record where the user name is blank.

Additionally, you changed the name of the UserName form element from "EmailAddress" to "UserName".


When a user attempts to register, the duplicate username code is using the original name for the userName form element to look for duplicates:
$loginUsername = $_POST['EmailAddress'];


since this for element no longer exists, the value it is looking for is blank ("")

Change:
$loginUsername = $_POST['EmailAddress'];

to:
$loginUsername = $_POST['UserName'];


so it will use the correct form element when looking for duplicate usernames:<td width="160"><input class="WAATKTextField" name="UserName" id="UserName" value="" size="25" type="text"></td>

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