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user login just password UserName code login page remove achive remove code other pages Thanks

Thread began 9/04/2013 5:26 pm by david.c.murray207453 | Last modified 9/25/2013 12:05 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1896 views | 13 replies |

david.c.murray207453

user login just password UserName code login page remove achive remove code other pages Thanks

Can I have a user login with just a password and not a UserName. What code on the login page do I have to remove to achieve that and do I have to remove code on any other pages? Thanks!

This is the link I want to work, but I cannot get it to work - help: http://www.nafcufeedback.org/login.php

This is the link that works with both the UserName and Password: http://www.nafcufeedback.org/

I would just like the user to use a password.

Thanks for any help in advance.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This _could_ be done but i don't recommend it, you would need to ensure that each password where unique to make sure that users couldn't register the same one twice.

edit the authenticate user behavior on the login page. On the database tab, remove the Username column from the list of comparisons.

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david.c.murray207453

Thanks for your response.

I did not see the autenticate user behavior on the login page. I also did not see a database tab, which means I could not find a Username column from the list of comparisons.

Please let me know exactly where I can find this on the login.php page.

I reallly appreciate any help I can get.

Thanks!

David

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Send a copy of your login page please

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david.c.murray207453

Login Page content

I have attached my login page which is named index.php.

Thanks!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The Authenticate user behavior is showing in the server behaviors panel for me using this page.

Go To Windows -> Server Behaviors

In the list of server behaviors, find the "Security Assist Authenticate User" server behavior and double click it to edit it.

There are actually 2 copies of the server behavior, 1 for when the login form is submitted, and another for when the Auto Login option is selected.

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david.c.murray207453

I know that I am not the smartest person in the world, so please bear with me.

After following your instructions I did see the "Security Assist Authenticate User" server behavior.

Your first thread said "edit the authenticate user behavior on the login page. On the database tab, remove the Username column from the list of comparisons"

I did not see a Username column.

Thanks for your help in advance!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Looks like you have a RegUserName and RegPassword column being used for the login.

remove the RegUserName comparison on the database tab so that it is only using the RegPassword column for user lookup.

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david.c.murray207453

I'm sorry I am so slow to understand.

I did not see a RegUserName comparison on the Database tab.

Alll I see under the "Databases" tab are the connection names.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Double click the security assist authenticate user server behavior.

In the security assist authenticate user server behavior one of the tabs is named Database.

On the database tab of the security assist authenticate user server behavior, you can set the login comparisons, one of them is set to RegUserName and another is set to RegPassword, remove the one for the RegUserName column.

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