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Email depending on value in registration form

Thread began 4/22/2014 11:40 am by MagsW | Last modified 4/22/2014 3:34 pm by MagsW | 315 views | 8 replies |

MagsW

Email depending on value in registration form

I have built a user registration system using SecurityAssist which requires admin approval before the user can access the site. Everything's working great, but I have two admin people, one who gets emails letting them know when anyone registers, and the other who should only get an email if the "Member_Type" dropdown selection in the registration form is a specific value. I have two Universal Email behaviors set up, one for each Admin person, but currently the trigger is "any form post", so both admins get all registration emails. I see I can use a dynamic value but I'm not sure how to construct it. Basically I only want to send an email to the second admin person if the Membership_Type dropdown field in the form's value is "3", so would this be the correct syntax?

((isset($_POST["Membership_Type"]))?$_POST["Membership_Type"]:"3")

Thanks
Margaret

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the code for the trigger if statement would be:

if((isset($_POST["Membership_Type"])) && $_POST["Membership_Type"] == "3") {

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MagsW

Hi Jason

It didn't work unfortunately - it stopped the registration page from loading (just got a blank page). I've put the FTP details in the PM section, could you maybe take a look for me?

Thanks
Margaret

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Sorry, there was a syntax error in the original code, the correct code should be:

if((isset($_POST["Membership_Type"])) && $_POST["Membership_Type"] == "3") {

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MagsW

Hi Jason

It's still not working - getting a blank page when trying to load the registration page. Could you take a look?

Thanks
Margaret

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

at line 255, you have:

if (((if((isset($_POST["Membership_Type"])) && $_POST["Membership_Type"] == "3") { != ""))) {

it should be:
if((isset($_POST["Membership_Type"])) && $_POST["Membership_Type"] == "3") {

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MagsW

I've replaced that line and it's now working fine, thanks. I don't know why it was wrong though - I copied and pasted the code you gave me into the Universal Email Server Behavior Trigger dialog box so it must have got rewritten somehow.

Thanks again
Margaret

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you cant copy that code into the trigger box of the UE behavior. What you are asking for cannot be done in the behavior, it has t be done manually directly in the code.

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MagsW

Ah, I didn't realise - all working now though, thanks!

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