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Login Failure Message

Thread began 2/16/2010 3:47 pm by anonymous | Last modified 3/18/2010 1:43 pm by Dani Chankhour | 891 views | 4 replies |

anonymous

Login Failure Message

Hi,

I'm building yet another site with the SA and wondered if there is a session generated by SA when a login fails. I'd like to have a region appear based on the failed login session value with a message.

There may be another better way that I'm not aware of?

Thanks for any help,

Tony

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Dani Chankhour

There is no session created when log in fails, but you could use the Session that is used when the user log in is successful. Usually, a UserID session is set when the log in is successful, so you can create a rule and call it login failed and set the rule to be when the session UserID does not exists or equal "". And use that rule for your region.

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anonymous

Thanks

Why didn't I think of that?


Thanks, worked like a cherm.

Tony

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dinohorn397192

I haven't had the same success.

In my rules manager - I created a LoginFailed Rule, where Session UserID = ""

On my page I show region based on this rule. I'm echoing the Session UserID value, which confirms it's empty.

This region is located below my username/password login box.

Any ideas?

Thanks

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Dani Chankhour

Make sure that you are using the correct session name, the session usually matches to your column in your database. You can see what the session name are called by reentering the SA wizard or look in the binding panel under sessions.

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