Hi, I have installed PhotoPost on a shared server. I have linked it to my phpbb Forum, for login purposes. However, I find that if I am logged into the Forum, then log into my PhotoPost site, I am logged out of my Forum (Separate windows or tabs...) If I log into my PhotoPost site, then into my Forum, the PhotoPost site seems to remain logged in..... If I log out of the PhotoPost site, it also logs out of the Forum too. But if I have both logged in, then log out of the Forum, it leaves PhotoPost logged in.
I also am having trouble with Photopost accepting the phpbb logins. Cookies in phpbb and photopost are setup identical. There does seem to be a problem with integration here. I like the idea of the login patch. How did you do it?
Login under the forum http://www.pickupslimited.com/phpbb
Here is a regular user login: 56 tester
I will e-mail support with an admin login
Now I seem to be having trouble logging on as admin under photopost
Chuck, All cookie settings are the same now in both phpbb and photopost as you said.
Something I found that was strange is that when I use different admin logins in phpbb then go to the photopost galleries, I am not always recognized as being logged in on photopost. However, if I check the "Log me on automatically each visit" in the phpbb forum, it always seems to work in both the phpbb and photopost. Is that normal?
Thanks for all your help
You are suppose to check that box to create a cookie. Photopost works with a cookie. If you dont create one you dont have a cookie and are not logged into photopost. Also if you would like support please put unmodified photopost files on your server because your login is not right still and your forwarding it to phpbb and we can not see how Photopost is handling things
Same problem with nuke integration. All settings are correct like you describe Chuck. I've past two days to check what's wrong but only solution is to patch files. User can login throw PP or Nuke but when they logout, they keep connected.
Cant say but sounds like something is not right. You need to look at the cookies created by both login process to determine what your issue might be. Make sure also to delete cookies in your browser before doing any testing.