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More Session during login

Thread began 3/03/2016 3:29 am by Kumel | Last modified 3/03/2016 12:42 pm by Ray Borduin | 147 views | 1 replies |


More Session during login

There are two tables:

Users & Companies
Users: ID, Name, Email, Password, ComID & etc...
Companies: ID, CompanyName, CompanyStatus

CompanyStatus value by default is 1.

So lets say i want to ban all users to login, under a company by changing CompanyStatus to '2'
So how do we do this?
FYI, During User Login following session are stored: ID(from Users), CompanyID(from users)

Now i need to store session from different db ie Companies.

So how many SecurityAssist Authenticate user i need to create on login page?

Currently i added one SecurityAssist Authenticate user. then under DB tab, table as Companies, ID = <?php echo $_SESSION['CompanyID']; ?>

Under Session tabs CompanyStatus = CompanyStatus (Session Name)

Then from SE rule, i added restrict <?php echo $_SESSION['CompanyStatus']; ?> whose CompanyStatus = 2.

I might have missed something. Please help. Login page attached.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

This will take some hand coding to work out. You would either have to edit the webassist/security_assist/helper_php.php file so that it can join two tables... or remove the success redirect add another recordset below the login code to look up the company information and save the session variable and then redirect based on the CompanyStatus returned from that recordset.

We could help with this in a premium support ticket.

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