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Thread began 9/23/2018 4:37 pm by dhagood355349 | Last modified 9/24/2018 3:59 pm by Ray Borduin | 38 views | 6 replies |

dhagood355349

Security Assist

Havent used Security Assist much, and I have a question.

How do you pass off one of the login variables to a query once login is successful.

example, the login page has

$SuccessRedirect = "login.php?loggedIn=1";

How can you turn this to redirect the page with query data. Example: MemberPage.php?Username=Username used in login.

something like this? but don't know where to call it from.
<?php echo($?????->getColumnVal("Log_In_group_Username")); ?

Thanks in advance..
D Hagood

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Usually you would just redirect to MemberPage.php and then save the username in the session from the authentication server behavior directly. That way you wouldn't have to pass it in the url where it could be changed but could display or use it anywhere on pages after.

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dhagood355349

Thanks

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dhagood355349

Session

See private

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The third tab in the authentication server behavior allows you to save as many fields as you want from the authenticated user into the session.

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dhagood355349

Session

So I do this on the login page?

Then how do I pass it on to the Memberpage?

some of the tools tell me its old coding... <![CDATA[@@OldIncludeCode@@]]>

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes, add it on the login page. Saved session variables are automatically available on any pages after they are set. Just make sure the session is started on the page when you want to reference them like:

<?php
@session_start();
?>

Please use separate posts for new questions. What causes the old code issue? Where does it appear? Most likely that can just be deleted, but I'd need more information about the context and page content to be sure.

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