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Random Password Generation - Uploading Files

Thread began 11/05/2009 10:40 am by Kevin373660 | Last modified 11/30/2009 5:12 pm by Kevin373660 | 3149 views | 14 replies


Thank you for getting back to me Jason.

It is a real puzzle. The WA_SecurityAssist directory and files were uploaded and I just re-uploaded again to confirm. Outside of the site root directory on the LOCAL the WA_SecurityAssist\WA_RandomPassword.php folder and file where created on the same day that I applied it to the pages. I have appended the file with "-old" and the random password function still works.

The require once statement in the pages is pointing to the file under the site root directory, as it should.

There are no errors on the page. I have sent a link to the shopping area for Erric regarding another issue in Ticket (#100961). For testing purposes only, a temp cart.php should display the session code. I have also been clearing session values and closing the browser to make sure that the old values are not retained. On the local new session values for the randomly generated are created.

A side note: I am getting the same js errors that others are getting but I don't think that it is related. I have cleared the cache with fixed some problems after the daylight savings time change and am going to next try rebuilding the config folder.

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