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Create Profile Page Using Session ID

Thread began 11/30/2014 7:56 pm by anonymous | Last modified 12/01/2014 3:50 pm by anonymous | 209 views | 1 replies |

anonymous

Create Profile Page Using Session ID

Hi - I need help with what I thought would be a relatively simple task but cannot seem to figure it out. So rather than pounding my head into the wall, I have my question for you all instead.

When a user logs on (I'm keeping it all through using WebAssist Features) I want them to be redirected to a page called "profile.php" which will have all of their personal and professional information on it and where they can go to update their information. I don't want to use a URL parameter and thought I could use a session id instead, but that didn't work so I'm stuck in a rut. All I need it to do is filter out the information in the profile page using the User ID that is associated with the login information from the login form.

I know I can't be the only one to ever ask about a "my profile" page with webassist, so I would really appreciate the help.

Thanks!!

Matt

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Double check on the login page the name of the session that will be created by the authenticate user server behavior. make sure you are using the correct session name on the profile page.

also on the profile page, you may need to add code to start the session at line 1:

<?php @session_start(); ?>
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