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Will Bridge suit my needs?

Thread began 10/24/2012 5:24 pm by kmackeyuk443361 | Last modified 10/25/2012 4:08 pm by Jason Byrnes | 464 views | 3 replies |

kmackeyuk443361

Will Bridge suit my needs?

I’m interested in purchasing ‘Bridge’ however I’m wondering will it suit my needs?
I have a client who wants:
A user to complete a register form to join a membership to the site (via paypal)
And be able to log in to the site and will be directed to a members area and also to their profile page which they can edit and add additional information – so next time they log in it will store there information. Ideally on their profile page there will be A form for them to input data and upload pictures (which will store in a SQL database) the form will store their data so next time they log in it the information will still be there and be editable and will ideally be displayed as a webpage so they can print it off like a brochure.

The idea being they can input text and photos ‘submit’ it then the page is displayed as a printable document (like a brochure)

Is this possible with one or more of the WebAssist Suite/s ?

Many thanks in advance

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This can be done using eCart and Data Bridge.

eCart would be used for processing the membership purchase.

Data Bridge includes Security Assist which would be used to create the membership area.

You would need to use user level authentication. and set it up so that the user registers initially at a basic level, then purchases a premium membership. once the transaction is processed through paypal, the user level is updated and they can access the profile page.

As for offering the print option, that is done using the browsers print button, usually located under the file menu, or you could use javascript to add a print button to your page:
Print-a-Web-Page-Using-JavaScript.htm

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kmackeyuk443361

Hi

Thanks for the reply. Just to confim that once the user has logged in the profile page is only editable/viewable to them?

Thanks again

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

yes, that is correct, security assist stores the ID of the logged in user in a session, that session is used on the profile page so the user can edit their data but no one else's.

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