2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 29, 2006 2:33 AM by azadisaryev


      First what I'm trying to do is to secure my login application, Authenticate Users, Display users logged in and Display error messages in to my login page. For some reason; <else>, <abort>, and the other reasons explained above are not working. <CFLogin Tags don't work in some places. Still I can login; but I can't include the <include template/> tag because it will include that template in every Page. Here is my code for the application page any help will be appreciated.By the way I'm working in a Mac OSX.
      Thank you;
        • 1. Re: Help???.....911
          azadisaryev Level 1
          just from a brief look at it, there are numerous wrong things with this...

          1) you have doctype and other declarations as you would in a html/cfm page - they are not needed in application.cfm page.
          2) you are using functions as you would in an application.cfc, but have doctype, head and body sections as in a regular .cfm page.... what are you using? cfc or .cfm?
          3) where is </cflogin>
          4) your many <cffif> tags are empty, and after them you have the actions you want to perform if cfif validates... like this code:

          <cffunction name="OnRequestStart">
          <cfargument name = "request" required="true"/>
          <cfif IsDefined("Form.logout")>

          this will basically perform a logout ALWAYS

          there are just too many wrong things there to list them all...
          • 2. Re: Help???.....911
            azadisaryev Level 1
            here's a sample application.cfm to get you started...
            also at the end of the code is a form to use in your login page, which in the example below is called "login_form.cfm"
            logout is perfomed through a link which point to same page user is on and adds "?logout=1" url parameter. (note: the login form's action attribute strips this parameter from url after login)