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Peekay
Re: Registration Codes
  • 2005/6/27 22:30

  • Peekay

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Many Thx. I have no idea if the files have changed. I'll see if I can find out.
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Peekay
Re: Registration Codes
  • 2005/6/27 23:58

  • Peekay

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They have changed
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jegelstaff
Re: Registration Codes

NOTE: Registration Codes 2.0 has been released. See this page for more details:

http://www.freeformsolutions.ca/formulize

Registration Codes is now compatible with XOOPS 2.0.13 and integrates with Formulize to provide a custom account profile form that is used on registration and on the Edit Account and View Account pages.

--Julian
Technical Architect - Freeform Solutions
Formulize - custom registration forms, ad hoc forms and reports

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Peekay
Re: Registration Codes
  • 2006/3/16 8:58

  • Peekay

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Will try both ASAP
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jegelstaff
Re: Registration Codes -- IMPORTANT UPDATE

Unfortunately, a bug in 2.0.6 of Formulize will have rendered the Registration Codes module ineffective. That patch has been corrected and re-released and any users should re-download and re-apply immediately.

The version number has not been incremented since only 3 people have downloaded it so far.

--Julian
Technical Architect - Freeform Solutions
Formulize - custom registration forms, ad hoc forms and reports

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jegelstaff
Re: Registration Codes -- IMPORTANT UPDATE

I must apologize for an error in the original 2.0 package for Registration Codes. An important file was missing which renders the Edit Account screen a little ineffective -- all profile info from the custom form was not appearing.

modules/system/templates/system_userinfo.html

All other parts of the module should be working okay, just the Edit Account screen was affected.

The missing file has been added to the .zip file and the readme has been updated with installation instructions. Any users who have downloaded this module are asked to re-download and get the missing file.

--Julian
Technical Architect - Freeform Solutions
Formulize - custom registration forms, ad hoc forms and reports

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Peekay
Re: Registration Codes -- IMPORTANT UPDATE
  • 2006/6/27 23:01

  • Peekay

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  • Since: 2004/11/20


Hi jegelstaff,

Eventually got round to trying this out. Everything installs fine (excellent docs btw). My only comment is that you could do with a note somewhere explaining that you *must* set an expiry date when creating a code. I found it doesn't work if you leave this field alone.

More of a problem is... on submitting the code I get a blank page. Debug says:

Quote:
Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in c:\inetpub\wwwroot\xoops_site\modules\formulize\include\formdisplay.php on line 545


Xoops 2.0.13.2
PHP 4.10
MySQL 3.23.58
IIS 5.0

Any ideas?.
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jegelstaff
Re: Registration Codes -- IMPORTANT UPDATE

Hello Peekay,

I think this is because you have not given the anonymous users the right permissions for the form, within Formulize. I think registered users might need permission for the form too, but I'd have to test that out.

Does that fix it for you?

We should clean up that error condition and not have a fatal error pop up like that. Uggggly!

--Julian
Technical Architect - Freeform Solutions
Formulize - custom registration forms, ad hoc forms and reports

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Peekay
Re: Registration Codes -- IMPORTANT UPDATE
  • 2006/6/28 7:31

  • Peekay

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  • Since: 2004/11/20


I gave anon and registered users permissions for the block and both modules, but still get the blank page.

I created a simple, two-field form to be used with the registration form. I can preview the form, but when I go to prefs, the drop-down menu next to:
Quote:
Which form is to be used as part of the registration process and when viewing and editing accounts? (requires use of the Registration Codes module)

has no forms listed, just [--------]

Have I missed a step?
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Peekay
Re: Registration Codes -- IMPORTANT UPDATE
  • 2006/6/28 10:59

  • Peekay

  • XOOPS is my life!

  • Posts: 2335

  • Since: 2004/11/20


Whoopee! (well, almost).

I re-read the docs and went to 'Formulize/Form Management/Actions' and modified the access permissions for my custom form to:

view_form
add_own_entry
update_own_entry

for the groups 'Anonymous users', 'Registered users' and 'my custom group'.

Now, new members are automatically added to the custom group if they enter the correct reg code.

However, although the sign-up process now works, I still can't see the custom form anywhere?. The fields are not visible in the registration form or when the user selects view/edit account. Any idea what else I have missed?

(BTW, so far so good in 2.0.13.2 and 2.0.14 too)
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