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Thread began 2/14/2017 11:01 am by Jamie | Last modified 2/22/2017 1:03 pm by Ray Borduin | 109 views | 13 replies |

Jamie

login fail

Hey Ray

On the attached login page, how would I also add a check against the column UserActive (also in the pcms2_users table) and if it is set to 0 then login fails and triggers the error message on line 91 please?

Cheers

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Probably the best answer is to add the UserActive column to the list of stored session values. Then you can create another rule for "Logged In but not Active" that looks for the value of that session variable.

Then on each of the restricted pages you could add a check to see if someone is logged in and not active and redirect them back to the login page with failed=3 in the url.

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Jamie

ok cool thanks

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Jamie

ok, have done all that and if UserActive=1 they are able to log in fine, but if UserActive=0 it redirects to this uri

http://clients.motley.site/domain/members.php?accesscheck=%2Fdomain%2Fmember-loggedin.php%3F



as a result the page is erroring....have attached the rules, login page and the logged in page. Not sure what I have done wrong

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Can I get a url, username/password, and ftp access? I'll have to view the code in context to debug it.

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Jamie

ok here you go

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Your members.php page has a redirect if the user is logged in that is causing an infinite loop.

line 40 should probably be:

<?php if(WA_Auth_RulePasses("Members Only") && WA_Auth_RulePasses("Logged In But Not Active")){ // Begin Show Region ?>

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Jamie

thats brilliant and got that working - thanks

now if a user is not active, the redirect url should include ?failed=3 but its showing ?failed=1

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Try setting the form action to just members.php and then add a fail redirect to the authentication server behavior instead: members.php?failed=1

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Jamie

Sorry, I don't follow

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