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Hello! I am implementing this very user registration system onto my site from ADDT. That works beautifully - and everything is connecting with my database. If I build a recordset I can even display the logged-in User's account information. HOWEVER, I am now trying to implement the Update Record feature of ADDT so that these very users can change their password or their email address or update their information that is in the database - and it doesn't work at all. The password field is not being updated.
Can anyone help with this????
Once again - I have successfully implemented ADDT's user registration and log-in system on my site, but the Update Record, to change the user's information will not work.
but the Update Record, to change the user's information will not work.
to achieve that go to the users area and create a new page named "update_information.php" or what ever you prefer.
apply the basic update form wizard to the page by selecting > server behavior > adobe developer toolbox > forms > update record form wizard
1- select the required fields like: database name | table name "where the users information stored in".
2- select which fields you want the user to update "User name | Password | Email address etc...
3- in the primary field value equal to "URL Parameter" the "tbl_id" change it to be "SESSION VALE" & in the value textbox add this value -- kt_login_id
click the next button to continue
in the validation rules select the desired fields you wish to become required.
Click the Finish button to end the wizard.
now you have a user update information page restricted only to registered users in your website.
don`t forgot to apply the "restrict access to page" over the page to make sure it`s protected.
you can read more about this issue by visiting my full tutorial about:
:: Building Membership System ::
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You rock the house! Thanks so much for that tip. I knew I was close. It's just too bad the documentation for the Developer's Toolkit doesn't include anything about that.
I'm going to read your tutorial now.