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login failure

Thread began 3/09/2011 8:33 pm by turk361661 | Last modified 3/10/2011 9:49 am by Jason Byrnes | 883 views | 1 replies |


login failure

I need to create a login and log out page using Security Assist.
Pretty simple. I used the wizard everything went well.
I'm using the UserEmail value as the username.
And the UserPassword value as the password.

After running the wizard I opened my login page in the browser.
I entered the email and password and the page fails. I verified that I was entering the correct info... but still fails.
Should I assign the username a different value from the Users table? I picked UserEmail but possibly I need to be using something else.

Thanks for the help,

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the authenticate user server behavior code, the UserID column is being used for the password:

"columns" => explode($WA_Auth_Separator,"UserEmail".$WA_Auth_Separator."UserID"),

Double click the authenticate user server behavior, go to the second page.

select the UserID column from the columns list and click the minus button to remove it.

then click the pluss button and select the Password column, net to value click the lightning bolt and select the userpassword Form Element.

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