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MD5 Password In New Simple Login Form

Thread began 2/06/2014 10:59 am by Mike Perry | Last modified 2/06/2014 12:23 pm by Jason Byrnes | 333 views | 3 replies |

Mike Perry

MD5 Password In New Simple Login Form

Where do I set the password MD5 attribute in the latest version of CSS Form Builder? I tried setting the MD5Hash pattern in the Edit Group Contents window, but it doesn't set. The form won't validate with an MD5 password in the database, and if I reopen the form to edit that setting is cleared.

Thanks,

Mike

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

creating the login form is done in the security assist wizard, not in form builder.

in the security assist wizard, go to the manage pages tab, in the field settings, set the password column to use MD5 encryption.

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Mike Perry

Okay -- I can add the MD5 to the code, but I though CSS Form would handle that.

Thanks, Jason. .

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

css form builder only creates the form, not the form processing.

it is in the form processing that the encryption happens. not in the form itself.

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