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What is best way to Re-Run the SecAssist Wizard

Thread began 5/14/2010 11:56 am by paul298707 | Last modified 5/15/2010 1:04 am by anonymous | 989 views | 2 replies |

paul298707

What is best way to Re-Run the SecAssist Wizard

I have my shopping cart working fine and am able to process credit cards. I'm working on the order history and customer_download page. I have somehow deleted the "Logged in to Visitors" rule.

Is there a way to add this rule back in? and if so, what is the EXACT code or steps to do this.

If not, what is the best way to re-run the security assist wizard. Would I delete the 4 pages (login, registration, email password and logout) and the WA_SecurityAssist forlder -- and THEN rerun the wizard.

I would rerun the wizard but I'm afraid it will screw up what I already have working. Please advise today. Thanks.

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paul298707

Is anybody there?

When it takes you 8 to 10 or more hours to respond, to what should be a simple answer, you really slow up production.

I haven't had one wizard work without hours and hours of troubleshooting. I don't think you can in good faith call them wizards. These programs need hours of troubleshooting and hours of reading your guides.

What's up. Need answers. Your documentation does NOT have answers.

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anonymous

Originally Said By: paul298707
  I have my shopping cart working fine and am able to process credit cards. I'm working on the order history and customer_download page. I have somehow deleted the "Logged in to Visitors" rule.

Is there a way to add this rule back in? and if so, what is the EXACT code or steps to do this.

If not, what is the best way to re-run the security assist wizard. Would I delete the 4 pages (login, registration, email password and logout) and the WA_SecurityAssist forlder -- and THEN rerun the wizard.

I would rerun the wizard but I'm afraid it will screw up what I already have working. Please advise today. Thanks.  



Hi Paul,

One thing you could do to not mess up any existing pages and custom code you may have created is to actually rename all the current pages first. Change them from "login.php" to "login-old.php". After you rename them, then run the wizard again. Delete the new ones that are not needed as you will simply rename the files you previously renamed. And then, keep the new ones that you need (that you accidentally deleted before).

Cheers,

Brian

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