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Log in users to checkout

Thread began 4/29/2010 12:21 pm by koneill385535 | Last modified 5/05/2010 11:30 am by Jason Byrnes | 842 views | 3 replies |

koneill385535

Log in users to checkout

Hi,

I am following this tutorial:

registration_on_checkout.php

However, in Step 2, it tells me to select "Logged in to users" from the Grant Access If menu. Then, when I click on the drop-down menu, the rule doesn't exist. I assume this is because I am using eCart 4. My question is, how do I create that rule in the Rules Manager?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the Logged in to users rule is created when you run the security assist wizard to create the login pages.

It may be named differently. the rule name uses the name of your users table. If your users table is not named "users" the rule name will be different.

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paul298707

Usersand visitors

users and visitors seem to be interchangeable in most of the tutorials

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

It all depends on the name of the table that was used when running the wizard.

the rule will be created as Logged Into <Your Table Name Here>

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