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SecurityAssist Userupdate page (double opt-in registration) is not pre-populating.

Thread began 2/17/2014 7:03 am by Mysite07430650 | Last modified 3/17/2014 2:46 pm by Jason Byrnes | 910 views | 16 replies |

Mysite07430650

SecurityAssist Userupdate page (double opt-in registration) is not pre-populating.

Hello Jason,

Happy New to you and all WebAssist Team. I am having issue with SecurityAssist created userupdate page not pre-populating with user information already stored or held in the database. The database stores information entered upon registration without a problem. I have search the Community Forum for solution but cannot find any.

Please find attached the images of problem and userupdate page in question. See PM for site information where you can reproduce this problem.

Thanks.

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userupdate.zip
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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Please provide a Skype username or a US phone number and a good time to contact you when you will be in front of your computer and we will have an engineer contact you to resolve this issue over the phone.

We are available Monday - Friday from 9am - 4pm EST (except major U.S. holidays).

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Mysite07430650

Please See PM.

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Mysite07430650

Hello Jason,

Just wanted you to know that I was on skype UK time and Ray helped me resolve the issue with the userupdate page not pre-populating. He said it was a bug that will be rectified in the next update. The userupdate page is pre-populating now and the problem is solved. Thanks.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Ok, glad to hear you have it working.

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The Flying Fox

I'm having a similar issue.

I've just recreated a user update form and non of the data is populating the fields

$Paramid_SecurityAssisttbltraders = "-1";
if (isset($_SESSION["SecurityAssist_id"])) {
$Paramid_SecurityAssisttbltraders = $_SESSION["SecurityAssist_id"];
}

I know the session is working as I can echo it on the page.

I think I have this figured but not solved

all of my fields are set up as follows

<?php echo((isset($_GET["invalid"])?ValidatedField("userupdate","my_Field_name"):"")); ?>

but they should be set us as

<?php echo $row_SecurityAssisttbltraders['my_Field_name']; ?>

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

isset is a ternary expression, in other words, a short hand if statement

isset(Question)?true:false


the page is cehcking to see if validation has failed and the invalid URL variable is present:
isset($_GET["invalid"])

if it is, it is using the validated enteries binding.

The problem is that the false part of the expression is a blank string.


change it so the false part is your recordset:

<?php echo((isset($_GET["invalid"])?ValidatedField("userupdate","my_Field_name"):$row_SecurityAssisttbltraders['my_Field_name'])); ?>

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The Flying Fox

Hi Jason

I have changed the lines to read

<?php echo((isset($_GET["invalid"])?ValidatedField("userupdate","User_Update_group_first_name"): $row_SecurityAssisttbltraders['trader_first_name'])); ?>

obviously different for each line and field...

When I log in I only get 5 of the 14 field filled in although the database fields are all filled

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

send a copy of the page please

which fields are being populated correctly?

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The Flying Fox

Hi Jason.

It seems to have rectified itself. All fields are now filled...

Thanks

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