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Login In Form Creations

Thread began 9/20/2018 4:10 pm by dhagood355349 | Last modified 9/21/2018 2:59 pm by Ray Borduin | 66 views | 7 replies |

dhagood355349

Login In Form Creations

I've created forms using Form Builder and MySQLi "MySqli Log In User" are there issues in the beta build with this?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It looks like the authenticate server behavior was applied wrong. Go to the Filter tab and make sure to bind the columns to the form element values using the lightning bolt.

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dhagood355349

Errors from authentication.php

No matter if I add the MySQLi (Log In User) or the full SecurityAssist the when you test the log in you get the exact same message. Attached new example.

Warning: sizeof(): Parameter must be an array or an object that implements Countable in /home/MASKED/public_html/webassist/mysqli/authentication.php on line 274

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/MASKED/public_html/webassist/mysqli/authentication.php:274) in /home/MASKED/public_html/webassist/mysqli/authentication.php on line 445

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

This is an error in the live authentication.php file... Here is an updated version that will be fixed in the next build.

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dhagood355349

Login

Thanks Ray, that worked. Now I find that passwords can not be secure as it basically doesn't allow symbols and does not see the difference between upper and lower case. Does that come that same file? I got it work but had to simplify passwords to just letters and numbers.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

That is probably just a matter of changing your database character settings. You can define weather a given column is case sensitive or accepts special characters by updating the database "Collation" settings for the table. Any collation that ends with "_ci" is case insensitive. If you use "utf_bin" it should allow special characters and be case sensitive.

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dhagood355349

Login CSS

Here is one for you to think about. It seems when you create a form like a login form it creates a css file that will overwrite your current css that is used for other DataAssist created forms. The result is all your previous created DataAssist now use the css that was created with a new form. Shouldn't a new form or forms created with the Form command have their own css file?

To fix it if yours is overwritten, you have create a new series of DataAssist forms to recreate the orginal css file and upload it.

Just a thought.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

A unique css file is created based on the form design that you choose. Most people would want to use the same css for each form on the site and wouldn't want repeated css files. I see your point, since you are customizing the css in the file that you wouldn't want it overwritten. I usually solve that problem by not editing the css file created by the form builder and I overwrite attributes in a separate css file for any design changes I want.

A compromise might be to not overwrite the css file if it already exists. That would allow you to use the css file and not worry about it being overwritten without the clutter of separate css files for each form. The issue with that is that if I was ever to do a bug fix or css update it wouldn't update on your site unless you manually delete the css file first. That might be an acceptable limitation for the benefit of being able to edit the css file.

I'll consider adding logic to not overwrite existing CSS when running the wizard, but I'd suggest using a separate CSS file for edits in the meantime.

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