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PostPosted: 13. Oct 2006, 11:18 
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Hi,

Thank you for this great little uploader, it is just what I needed. I am still a PHP virgin, as a matter of a fact totally new to most of these things. I have managed to change the setttings for the uploader to what I want it to look like. That is all fine.

Now, I was wondering since I saw that people can actually log in, if it is possible to have my new clients create usernames and passwords when the log-in screen shows up?

I want this function for new customers, they should have their own unique folders when registering, and unique username. Is this possible?

I have copied the "admin" folder to the same level as the "load" folder but from there I do not have a clue as to how I should go about changing things. I have tested the application on my webserver using the login screen with test/test.

Any help would be greatly appreciated, I am sure everyone just "loves" "web virgins" asking all these questions.

Regards
Francois


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PostPosted: 13. Oct 2006, 12:36 
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The flash does not have a usermanagment - he has a login functionality with the users you manage.

TFU is intended to use e.g. in TWG where I do already have a user management and there I create, manage users, directories ....

Normally you should implement a small app where users can create their accounts (if you really want this). This is not a task that should be done in the flash because this are simple entry masks that are much more flexible if you do this e.g. in php.

test/test is hardcoded in the backend as example (in TWG I use of course my user management).
When I'm bored (and this normally does NOT happen) I maybe add a little user management to the flash (a .htuser where you can enter users, password and the upload directory).

But actually someone who uses it can do this :).

/Michael


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PostPosted: 13. Oct 2006, 12:50 
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Hi Michael,

Thanks for the quick reply. Ok I understand that bit about it now being used with the TWG.

But now another question, can users be created on my ServerSide for example?
Here is the scenario:
1. Client contacts me to do a job on an image
2. I will then create a username and password on my side
3. I e-mail them the username and password I created.
4. They go to the login page and upload their image to the default directory.
5. I sync the files with Dreamweaver then to get the image file and delete it from the server then.

One upload directory for all images is all I will use, clients will rename their file names to rules I tell them to.

Here is what I thought may be possible(you are the expert here)

If I add on to the tfu_config.php file every time I get a new user:

if ($user != ""){
if ($user == "User1" && $pass == "passwordhere"){
$login = "true";
}else{
$login = "reauth";
}

if ($user != ""){
if ($user == "User2" && $pass == "passwordhere"){
$login = "true";
}else{
$login = "reauth";
}

if ($user != ""){
if ($user == "User3" && $pass == "passwordhere"){
$login = "true";
}else{
$login = "reauth";
}

Would this work for what I want?

Thank you for the patience!

Francois


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PostPosted: 13. Oct 2006, 13:00 
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jep - could be done easier but yes :).

I would set the $folder to e.g. the username and create folders for each user - then the users don't have to rename their files.

and for you it's ony a directory you have your files in. If you like you could even add a "mail notification" in the upload.php if someone has uploaded something.

/Michael


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PostPosted: 25. Oct 2006, 12:08 
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TinyWebGallery wrote:

If you like you could even add a "mail notification" in the upload.php if someone has uploaded something.

/Michael



My question: how to do this?


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PostPosted: 25. Oct 2006, 12:27 
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add the code to send an email to tfu_upload.php.

ask php help how to send an email :)

/Michael


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