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The page isnt redirecting properly as the attached image

Thread began 1/03/2014 10:18 am by john70964 | Last modified 1/05/2014 10:41 pm by Jason Byrnes | 565 views | 4 replies |

john70964

The page isnt redirecting properly as the attached image

Hello
I am creating a registration page. I have created this with Security Assist

If I use the registration page I get an error message in FireFox
The page isnt redirecting properly as the attached image.

I cannot see where the registration page should redirect to in the list of files created.
I can of course created my own "RegistrationInfo.php" but am not clear how this should be redirected from the registration.php

Can you please advise?
Thanks
John

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john70964

see pm

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

most likely the insert record behavior on the registration page is set to redirect to a page that you have security assist access applied to, I would need a copy of the registration page and the page it redirects to in order to validate that though.

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john70964

Pls see PM

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

on the registration page, you have the Access Restriction applied to allow "Logged in to users". If the access fails it is set to redirect to the Login page.

On the login page, you also have the access restricted to use "logged into users". if acccess fails, it is set to redirect to the login page.

This is the cause of the endless loop.

both the login and registration pages should not have any access restriction applied.

If the user is not yet logged in, you want to allow them to either register or login.

using the logged into users access rule on the login and registration pages is circular logic. a new user will never be able to access those pages since they will need to log in before they can either register or login....

which came first? Registration? Login? debate... ;)

Why did the login page cross the road?

it needed to register the chicken ;)

Page access rules should only be applied to pages that should only be accessed after the registration or login process.

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