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27 April 2011 at 2:01am
I create the password fields this way:
$password_field = new ConfirmedPasswordField('Password','Password',NULL,NULL,NULL,'Password');
If I insert different values to both fields, I get the error that the fields dont match, thats ok so far.
But after submit in the second password field is the same value as in the first field ... and the user
can just submit again and the both pwds match ...
how to clear password fields after submit?
27 April 2011 at 2:17am
If you are writing straight into a member object, you can use SetPassword as the field name instead of Password.
28 April 2011 at 9:42am
sorry, I dont understand what you mean.
I submit my form and there are errors on the form because I typed in 2 different passwords - they dont match.
Password again: john123
After submit my form is populated again with all the values I entered the first time. Also the 2 password fields are
populated again, but with this values:
Password again: john
How I can avoid this? Or how can I clear the password fields after an error?
28 April 2011 at 8:21pm
I mean, try this:
$password_field = new ConfirmedPasswordField('SetPassword','Password',NULL,NULL,NULL,'Password');
29 April 2011 at 3:24am
no sorry, that dont work for me, still the same, after submitting in the second password field is the same value as in the first ...
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