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Solution Recipe for adding Hashed Password causes Incorrect table name ''

Thread began 8/30/2010 10:28 pm by Jim376112 | Last modified 9/10/2010 8:10 pm by Jim376112 | 3251 views | 7 replies


Solution Recipe for adding Hashed Password causes Incorrect table name ''


I am trying to implement hashed passwords for SecurityAssist. I am following the series of seven videos @ securityassist/ that describe how to modify SecurityAssist generated pages to use a hashed password.

I have carefully completed all of the steps but when I fill out a User Registration form and push Register I get an page back that simply contains:

Incorrect table name ''

Can somebody give me some idea about what would cause this error or some suggestions on how to start to debug this? The two single quotes with no context suggest that perhaps a variable has not been set to a value but since all the pages are generated by SecurityAssist I don't see how this would happen. In particular, I have located $WA_table in the user_Registration.php page that is being processed and I see that it is set to a value so it is not empty.

Thank you!

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