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Adding "Welcome": Person's Name

Thread began 8/10/2011 9:54 am by greg419490 | Last modified 8/11/2011 8:34 am by greg419490 | 1021 views | 2 replies |

greg419490

Adding "Welcome": Person's Name

Hi,

For my logged in "landing page" I'd like to put up in my header (right side) the word:

WELCOME:

and then the registered user's name.

All pages are .php.

Thanks!
Greg

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

on the login page double click the Security Assist Authenticate user server behavior.

on the third page of the Authenticate user server behavior, you can select database columns from the users table to store in a session variable on login, click the plus button and select ht first and last name columns.

now on your page, open the bindings panel and expand the session collection.

you can use the first and last name session bindings to show those values

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greg419490

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  on the login page double click the Security Assist Authenticate user server behavior.

on the third page of the Authenticate user server behavior, you can select database columns from the users table to store in a session variable on login, click the plus button and select ht first and last name columns.

now on your page, open the bindings panel and expand the session collection.

you can use the first and last name session bindings to show those values  


Hi,

Thank you very much and the quick reply!

Greg

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