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automatic updation of information in database
database update

Msg#: 4678011 posted 3:59 pm on Jun 6, 2014 (gmt 0)

Hello All,

I am a new member of this forum.
I need a help from you. I have a website which asks certain field during registration. Now in my data base i have added some more fields and wants to display the update message for the new unfilled fields..

I want this to repeat this till the user fills all the information, this message needs to be shown on every log in. Once all the required fields will be filled, it should stop coming. This should be a script which checks datafileds in database automatically every time so that whenever i add new fields, a message should come on screen.




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Msg#: 4678011 posted 3:02 pm on Jun 9, 2014 (gmt 0)

Welcome to WebmasterWorld, Shail.

You just need to update your login process. When the user logs in you can check and see if they have not yet filled in the new fields. Redirect them to a temporary display asking them to fill out the new fields. Once they do and submit, you update your database and them and then on to a thank you page explaining they won't see that display again or something like that.


Msg#: 4678011 posted 8:43 am on Jul 8, 2014 (gmt 0)

Whenever any user login into your site, You have to check the raw of that user,If any of the field is empty than you can send user to Edit profile page, Where all the field is listed and save button,
So on that form action you can update the empty field.

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