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login user script not going where it should

Thread began 10/27/2016 6:55 pm by Janet | Last modified 10/28/2016 3:06 pm by Ray Borduin | 663 views | 6 replies |

Janet

login user script not going where it should

http://bannergreenhouses.com/products/index.php

I think I've added everything correctly, but when I try sign up then it takes me to my "failed.php" page

I am trying to link to two fields in a customer database Here is an example - USER - (2HILLFAR) and PASSWORD (2867)

I also can give ftp access if that would be helpful.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes I'll need FTP access to debug it.

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Janet

Ftp Access

ftp details sent in private message

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You haven't set the values on the Find Record tab correctly.

You should use the lightning bolt and select the form field t compare with the column value. It looks like you just typed in the form element name.

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Janet

Login script

Hi Ray, thanks for your help, I really appreciate it. I used the lightning bolt, and tried it again, and it now takes me to the "login failed" page I set up when I try to log in. I have sent a link to a web page in private, that gives a list of the user names and passwords in the database for you to try. This is dynamically generated, showing the fields that are in the database I am trying to link to.

Thanks for any help you can give!

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

This time when you clicked the lightning bolt you chose the Session variables. You should be choosing the form variables. The idea is that you want to check that the values the user entered into the form match the values in the database. Try again. This time choose the form and the form field that matches the lookup column.

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Janet

Thanks!

That sorted it out! Thanks for helping a newbie out!

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