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Help with Verify Form field Information

Thread began 12/11/2009 10:40 am by buonsen368464 | Last modified 1/04/2010 3:56 pm by buonsen368464 | 4137 views | 21 replies

Eric Mittman

There are a couple of issues that I can see on your pages. On the verify page it looks like you have an authenticate user server behavior to log the user in. In this server behavior you are redirecting the user to the email password page. You should not be redirecting the user before the recordset occurs for matching the user info.

I also noticed that on your email password page you do not have the code that checks if the sent session variable is set to one, you will need to have this code toward the top of the page:

<?php if(!isset($_SESSION['sent']) || $_SESSION['sent'] != '1'){
header("Location: verify.php?verified=false");

The way this should work is the user enters their info on the verify page, the page is submitted to itself, the recordset occurs and filters based on the user submitted info. If there is a record then the sent session variable is set and the user is redirected to the email password page. On the email password page is the check from above that ensures the sent session variable is set to 1. If it is not then the user will be redirected back to the verify page.

As for the syntax error you are getting I will need to see the page in question to determine the line that is referred to in the error. Please post back with this page in a zip archive so that I can take a look.

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