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debugging a login page

Thread began 12/13/2016 6:12 am by Jamie | Last modified 12/14/2016 3:16 pm by Ray Borduin | 124 views | 1 replies |


debugging a login page

Hey Ray

How would I go about debugging the attached login page?

With the 'clear all sessions on page load' super admin and admin are able to login fine but practices are not

If I remove the clear all sessions then practices are now able to login.....



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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Debugging is about finding the problem. So you can add die() statements into IF statements where you believe the problem might be and see if it is getting to that place in the code.

Then write the values you expect to be set and see if they are set correctly. Maybe a die() statement on the redirect page to see if it is actually redirecting and then returning or never going to the page in the first place.

You have to look and come up with a theory about where the problem is happening and then test to narrow it down. It isn't something I can be specifically helpful with since I'm not that familiar with your application. Why is the session clear code there in the first place?

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