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registration page not working

Thread began 10/10/2016 9:00 am by Jamie | Last modified 10/12/2016 2:14 pm by Ray Borduin | 309 views | 10 replies |

Jamie

registration page not working

Hey Ray

Just setting up a user registration/login area and have got through to the end but the registration.php is not working (blank screen).

DW is throwing up that the 'if' is incorrect:

@session_start();
if((before page load != "")) {
$_SESSION["rpw"] = "".WA_RandomPassword(8, true, true, true, "!@#$%^*()-_.:,;") ."";
}
?>



On the localhost version of the same page I get this error:

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected 'page' (T_STRING) in C:\xampp\htdocs\friths\registration.php on line 11



Line 11 is if((before page load != "")) { as shown above

Not sure what I did wrong with the tut as going over it again I *think* I followed it to the letter....

Have attached the registartion form in case you need it.

Thanks

Jamie

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The trigger wasn't parsed properly.

Open up the server behavior and change the trigger and change it back again.

It should be:

php:
if("" == "")     {
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Jamie

got it and its now working. thanks :)

now when you click the link to verify the amil (either on registration or update pages) it says that the verfication link has expired

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Can I see a copy of the page with the error? You will have to debug where it went wrong. Did the code get stored correctly on registration? Is it returning a value in the recordset on the confirm page?

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Jamie

hmmm it seems that the randomString is not being added to the db....

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It looks like the data type might be set to numeric on the registration page. Try updating that and do a new insert. It appears you have tracked the problem down to the registration page not setting the session variable.

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Jamie

OK have changed that, but still only showing '0' in the column

EDIT: have created this from scratch to see if I could catch where am going wrong, but even on the updated pages the registaration is not adding the value to the db

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

This most recent version isn't even setting the value for the randomString field in the insert at all.

What is the data type of that column in your database? It looks like that might have been the problem in the original file. It needs to be varchar(10)

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Jamie

OK, I have put back the original and changed the datatype from text to varchar

now its inserting a 0 in the row.....

EDIT: seemed to have got it adding the randomString to the db now but when i click on the verify link in the email its still saying link expired. It works fine if the email is sent from the user-update page.....

On the registration email, the email address is not being added at the end of the slug as

<a href="http://www.domain.co.uk/user-confirm.php?id=<?php echo $_SESSION['SecurityAssist_UserID']; ?>&randomString=<?php echo $_SESSION['rpw']; ?>&email=<?php echo((isset($_POST["Registration_group_UserEmail"]))?$_POST["Registration_group_UserEmail"]:"") ?>">click here</a>
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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The name of the field is: Registration_group_Email

you have it as: Registration_group_UserEmail

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