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mraza

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hi all , i am working on a script which is oop driven and i m not much familiar with it, i appericiate if someone can help me to solve this problem , so basicaly current script is only setting one session variable to true if user login $_SESSION['is_successful_login']  , here is my code

<?php
include('files/db.php');
class ajaxLoginModule  {
  private $timeout         = null;
  private $target_element  = null;
  private $wait_text       = null;
  private $form_element    = null;
  private $wait_element    = null;
  private $notify_element  = null;
   
  function __construct() {
     include ('config.php'); 
 $msql  = new Db;
 $msql->connect();
 $this->is_login();
  } 
  function get_config() {
 $this->set_ajax_config();
  } 
  function set_ajax_config() {
     $this->timeout         = AJAX_TIMEOUT;
     $this->target_element  = AJAX_TARGET_ELEMENT;
     $this->wait_text       = AJAX_WAIT_TEXT;
 $this->wait_element    = AJAX_WAIT_ELEMENT;
     $this->notify_element  = AJAX_NOTIFY_ELEMENT;
     $this->form_element    = AJAX_FORM_ELEMENT;
  }
  function initLogin($arg = array()) {
 $this->get_config();
 $this->login_script();   	 
  }
  function initJquery() { 
 return "<script type='text/javascript' src='files/jquery-1.3.2.min.js'></script>";
  }
  function login_script() { 
 include ('files/login_script.php');
  }
  function is_login() {
      if(isset($_POST['username']))  {
     $username   = $_POST['username'];
	 $password   = $_POST['password'];
	 $strSQL = "SELECT * FROM ".USERS_TABLE_NAME."
			    WHERE username ='$username' AND password = '$password'
			   ";
        $result  = mysql_query ($strSQL); 
	$row     = mysql_fetch_row($result);
   /*
//THIS IS WHAT I NEED
$_SESSION['user'] = $row['username'];
$_SESSION['id'] = $row['id'];
*/
	$exist   = count($row);
	if($exist >=2) { $this->jscript_location();  } 
	else { $this->notify_show();}
	exit;		
  }   
  }
  function notify_show() {
    echo "<script>$('.".AJAX_NOTIFY_ELEMENT."').fadeIn();</script>";
  }
  function jscript_location() {
    $this->set_session();
    echo "<script> $('#container').fadeOut();window.location.href='".SUCCESS_LOGIN_GOTO."'</script>";
  }
  function set_session() {
      session_start();
  $_SESSION['is_successful_login'] = true;

  }  	 
  
}  
?>  

 

i comment that line what i need is username and id to store in those session variables

 

$_SESSION['user'] = $row['username'];
$_SESSION['id'] = $row['id']

 

i tried to add code in  function set_session but did not helped, appreciate  for any help.

 

Thanks

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thanks sir, yes i did like this

function is_login() {
      if(isset($_POST['username']))  {
       session_start();
     $username   = $_POST['username'];
	 $password   = $_POST['password'];
	 $strSQL = "SELECT * FROM ".USERS_TABLE_NAME."
			    WHERE username ='$username' AND password = '$password'
			   ";
        $result  = mysql_query ($strSQL); 
	$row     = mysql_fetch_row($result);
   
$_SESSION['user'] = $row['username'];
$_SESSION['id'] = $row['id'];

	$exist   = count($row);
	if($exist >=2) { $this->jscript_location();  } 
	else { $this->notify_show();}
	exit;		
  }   
  }

 

also tried like this too

 

function is_login() {
      if(isset($_POST['username']))  {
	     $username   = $_POST['username'];
	 $password   = $_POST['password'];
	 $strSQL = "SELECT * FROM ".USERS_TABLE_NAME."
			    WHERE username ='$username' AND password = '$password'
			   ";
        $result  = mysql_query ($strSQL); 
	$row     = mysql_fetch_row($result);
   
	$exist   = count($row);
	if($exist >=2) { 
      session_start();
$_SESSION['user'] = $row['username'];
$_SESSION['id'] = $row['id'];
$this->jscript_location();  } 
	else { $this->notify_show();}
	exit;		
  }   
  }

 

but did not get there values, it sets empty session variables.

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Well the "oop" isn't designed the way i would design it...

 

However below the

private $notify_element  = null;

add this

private $UserName = null;
private $UserID  = null;

 

and add these into the class

  public function getUsername(){
    return $this->UserName;
  }
  public function getUserID(){
    return $this->UserID;
  }

 

Now replace your commented out code with this

    $this->UserName = $row['username'];
    $this->UserID = $row['id'];

 

 

okay now.. the problem with session is probably due to the fact you have output sent before the session_start()..

 

So now find where you call this class

something like this

 

$ajax = new ajaxLoginModule();

 

and below add this (for testing)

echo $ajax->getUsername();

 

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thanks sir i guess i found it here was problem

 

changed this

$row    = mysql_fetch_row($result);

to

$row    = mysql_fetch_array($result);

 

and now i can see those variables with last code :)

 

thx for ur help, appreciated

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