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LOGIN REDIRECT NOT WOKRING FOR SQL and SQLi

Thread began 8/26/2015 4:01 pm by jdjackson | Last modified 8/26/2015 10:40 pm by Ray Borduin | 232 views | 5 replies |

jdjackson

LOGIN REDIRECT NOT WOKRING FOR SQL and SQLi USER AUTHENICATION

The redirect had been working but when I tried to create a new check user page, the attached page hangs and will not redirect. I then tried the SQLi version with same result. I think the problem may be in the helper_php and I have attached it

NEW TOPIC VIRTUAL()
I am having issues with virtual(). The production server will not accept it. I have to change to require(). Is there a way to configure DW not to default to virtual().

Thanks...John

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Login66Nop2.zip
helper_php.zip
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Ray BorduinWebAssist

If you change your site settings to use "relative" instead of "absolute" links it will use require instead of include.

I don't see a problem with the page. Does it give an error? Does it log in, just not redirect?

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jdjackson

NO ERROR MESSAGE

It gives no error message. It seems the login is authenticated, it just does not return from helper_php.

Does the sequence of the fields to be authenticated matter. Do UID and PWD have be in the first two fields?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The sequence would not matter. If you give me ftp access to the files I can debug and figure out why it isn't working properly.

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jdjackson

WORKING WIHOUT EXPANATION - VIRTUAL()

I just tested the page on both the local and remote sever and now it is functioning properly. The problem has appeared and disappeared without explanation.

I still have to change virtual() to require_once(). Anyway to stop virtual() from being entered in DW?

Thanks for your help...John

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Change your site definition in Dreamweaver and change it from using "absolute" links to "relative" links and it should use require instead of virtual.

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