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14 August 2010 at 5:37pm
So I set a Member's "LockedOutUntil" field in the db well into the future and then attempt to login -> which then happens, that is, althought the LockedOutUntil date is in the future it allows me to Login.
Am I missing something simple here? Does this func work? Is there a switch or something? I've had a look thru core/api/docs/forums but can't find much in the way of help at all.
If it makes a difference, I'm working with a subclass of Member. ... just tried it on a Member (rather than the subclassed user) and setting a 'LockedOutUntil' date doesn't make a difference for me there either.
A heads up on how I can get this working would be oustanding
14 August 2010 at 6:40pm
hmmm.. when I do a vardump of the $this inside function isLockedOut() on Line 220 of Member.php, I don't see the LockedOutUntil field in the dump at all? But it's clearly there in the $db array for Member.php. If I vardump $this->LockedOutUntil I'm getting null (but in the db there's clearly a date, in correct format).
(I'm attempting a login for the particular Member which is how I'm kicking off the vardump.)
PasswordExpiry, AutoLoginHash, AutoLoginExpired & RememberLoginToken are all missing in the vardump of the Member too. All seem to be related to authentication.
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