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User Level Authentication

Thread began 9/09/2010 7:55 pm by Mac McCarthy | Last modified 9/14/2010 9:55 am by Mac McCarthy | 1259 views | 7 replies

Mac McCarthy

Hi Jason

I have a local testing server on which I have copied my "Live" site, including the database, in order to make changes and test before uploading. I checked that I could login using my userId and password as well as Administrator and then search, view etc.

In addition I previously had completed the Security Assist tutorial for User Level Authentification on my local testing server which also worked as expected.

Whilst paying heed to your comments above, I inserted the addition of UserLevel field in the database, I then open the database to check that each user now has a userLevel 1 in their data.

Unfortunately, I fall over at the second step.

I open user_Login.php page, I open the Server Behaviors panel and double click on the first "Security assist authenticate user" behaviour, in order to store the UserLevel session variable. Having done so I open the second instance of "SecurityAssist authenticate users" behaviour and duplicate the changes.

Then I save the user_Login.php page and press F12 to load in a browser to be presented with this error message:

Fatal error: Cannot redeclare wa_authenticateuser() (previously declared in C:\wamp\www\NWCUtestSite\ursp100\WA_SecurityAssist\Helper_PHP.php:10) in C:\wamp\www\NWCUtestSite\WA_SecurityAssist\Helper_PHP.php on line 48.

So am I choosing the correct page in my URSP site to start this process??

Regards Mac

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