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Help With Registration Page

Thread began 11/18/2010 3:19 pm by Walikan | Last modified 11/18/2010 4:17 pm by Jason Byrnes | 860 views | 3 replies |

Walikan

Help With Registration Page

Hello All,
I have generated Registration, LogIn, Email Password, Update and Logout pages using Security Assist. Also, I have created another page FirstTimeUser.php. The FirstTimeUser page contain some form fields.

What I want is that if a new user registers for the first time, the user is first redirected to the FirstTimeUser page to complete the form fields before being redirected to LogIn page. That implies that the first time registrants will not be able to LogIn until the user complete the form fields in the FirstTimeUser page.

But if you had previously registered, then you can Login without necessarily passing through the FirstTimeUser page.
What should I do to achieve this? Any help will be appreciated.
Walikan

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

perhaps I'm missing something, but how does this differ from a standard registration page?

If they have already registered, re registering would give an error that the user name has already been registered.


you could just change the redirect of the registration page to go to this for time user page to input aditional information, then redirect them to the login page.

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Walikan

Hello Jason,
Thanks a lot for your feedback. Sorry for not being clear with my explanation. The FirstTimeUser page is simply another page just to complete the registration process. That meant that the registration process will be incomplete until that page is completed. Implying that the first user will not be able to login until the FirstTimeUser page is completed.
I hope this will help
Appreciate your help

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the users table you would need to have a verified column that is set to 0 by default.

on the new user page, they would need to input the user name they registered with and the rest of the info.

then use an update record behavior from data assist to update the user record, update the verified column to 1 and add the rest of the info, use the username as a lookup.


also, updaate the authenticate user behavior on the login page, add a condition on the second page, select the verified column and set the value = to 1.

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