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I want to show content on my site to a group of users based on the accesslevel stored in the users table, I believe we need to add accesslevel to the session variable but I am not qualified to do this. Can you help?

Thread began 12/05/2021 1:06 pm by jo271221 | Last modified 12/26/2021 9:48 am by Ray Borduin | 10 views | 3 replies |

jo271221

I want to show content on my site to a group of users based on the accesslevel stored in the users table, I believe we need to add accesslevel to the session variable but I am not qualified to do this. Can you help?

Site name is in Private Message. I believe you have this site set up on your local.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I updated your login page. I'm not sure what the actual column name is for your accesslevel, but you can see it on lines 58 and 78 if it needs to be changed.

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jo271221

Thank you, I guess I should have updated the code to mySQLI first.
I have pasted the code from the log in page on my dev site with the udpated mySQLi code as well as the FTP information for that site.
Would you please update so the the session is updated on this page as well? (or advise me if the code I provided is enough info)

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You just have to go to the Authentication Server Behavior and add the column in the Save As tab to be saved.

It will duplicate this line:
$Authenticate->storeResult("id", "SecurityAssist_id");

and add this below it:
$Authenticate->storeResult("userGroupColumnName", "userGroupSessionVariableName");

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