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Login problems, need DB expertise


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Oyster

16 January 2009 at 3:52am (Last edited: 16 January 2009 3:53am), Community Member, 17 Posts

How do I reset login? My CMS will not accept my login info. The SMS login-data seem to be inconsistent on my installation here. I have done many, many attempts of installing - uninstalling - reinstalling without success, and my database seem to be mixed up. Can anyone help?

I am installing SS on a live website, after having developed a project on a local wamp server. Install/upload is done according to instructions in SS tutorial on uploading to a server [url]http://doc.silverstripe.com/doku.php?id=publishing-to-web-server&s=upload%20server [/url]

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Nivanka

16 January 2009 at 6:20am (Last edited: 16 January 2009 6:50am), Community Member, 395 Posts

Do you have access to the database? if so it will be nice.

Open up the database and add a new user manually, but make sure the encrustations are correct
Your SQL will be something like the following.

INSERT INTO `Member` (`ID`, `ClassName`, `Created`, `LastEdited`, `FirstName`, `Surname`, `Email`, `Password`, `RememberLoginToken`, `NumVisit`, `LastVisited`, `Bounced`, `AutoLoginHash`, `AutoLoginExpired`, `BlacklistedEmail`, `PasswordEncryption`, `Salt`, `Locale`, `IdentityURL`) VALUES
('', 'Member', '2009-01-12 11:33:43', '2009-01-15 10:04:04', NULL, NULL, 'demo', 'r8gyl9x2ttwkwwgo00cw8k0sc048csk', NULL, 8, '2009-01-15 11:02:40', 0, NULL, NULL, 0, 'sha1', '3fpdtaxvqri8oc4cgcskwok8g8g8osk4g8wo8gg', NULL, NULL);

if this is successful you will be able to login with these credentials

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Oyster

16 January 2009 at 8:41am Community Member, 17 Posts

Thank you, Nivanka.

Followed your suggestion, but it didn't solve it.

The username and pw I used (after having altered the MEMBER-filed as you proposed, was the same as in the calendar demo. Is that correct?

But some change is visible though: now the "login info is not correct"-message does NOT appear, as it did before. Now http://www.mysite.com/admin returns an empty cms-loginpage. (Empty: meaning with no credentials registered in the text input fields)

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Fuzz10

16 January 2009 at 9:09pm Community Member, 787 Posts

You can also add some default admin credentials to the _config.php :

Security::setDefaultAdmin(’admin’,’password’);

Check if you can enter the CMS that way.....

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Oyster

17 January 2009 at 2:16am Community Member, 17 Posts

Yess!!! Thank, you very much! The_config.php- fix did the job!

Am I ever so thankful? Indeed. :-) I love this place....

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Nivanka

17 January 2009 at 2:20am Community Member, 395 Posts

Sweet!

good stuff