On Fri, 9 Apr 1999, Kristian Köhntopp wrote:
> Harmony schrieb:
> > Before installing PHPLIB, authentication is made by
> > checking username/password suppied by users against
> > those in the corresponding table. i.e. Username/password
> > for visitors of areaA will be checking against table
> > usersA.
> There is nothing in PHPLIB that requires you to authenticate
> against a specific table. Have a look at the code for Poe_Auth in
> local.inc and feel free to modify the Sql in there as you see fit
> for your problem.
I have tried.
Obviously it's not a trivial task for me. It doesn't work.
// Since I have two user tables (or more) "usersA" and "usersB",
// should I put all the following things in a "if" loop?
var $database_table = "auth_user";
$this->db->query(sprintf("select uid, perms
where username = '%s'
and password = '%s'",
// My user tables contain "username", "password", "f_name", "l_name",
// "sex", "age", "phone"...etc, but no "uid" and "perms".
// - What should I output for "uid" then? How? Or will you suggest me
// add a field "uid" to my user tables?
// - Since there's no "perms", should I remove the 3rd line below?
$uid = $this->db->f("uid");
$this->auth["perm"] = $this->db->f("perms");
> All that is really required by you is that you return a valid
> $uid or false from the auth_validatelogin() function in there.
> Also, you can easily change auth_loginform() to display all kind
> of login forms depending on what URL called that function. Just
> make the include() statement in there conditional, for example in
> a switch or a cascade of if() statements.
> Kristian Köhntopp, NetUSE Kommunikationstechnologie GmbH
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