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Anyway to log people in automatically

PostPosted: Thu Sep 04, 2008 1:09 am
by vpalmer
I just started using PokerMavens and I love it ... great app. But I was curious, is there a way to automatically log someone in by including their username/password in the code that embeds the Flash object?

Basically, we have a user management system, and they already have to log into our website, so I'd hate for them to have to log in twice ... once into the website and again into the poker system ... you get the idea I'm sure.

Any help here?

Victor

Re: Anyway to log people in automatically

PostPosted: Thu Sep 04, 2008 9:28 am
by Kent Briggs
vpalmer wrote:is there a way to automatically log someone in by including their username/password in the code that embeds the Flash object?


Not currently but I have that on my to-do list.

Re: Anyway to log people in automatically

PostPosted: Mon Sep 08, 2008 1:23 pm
by Kent Briggs
This feature is now supported in version 2.10 with LoginName and LoginPassword parameters.

Re: Anyway to log people in automatically

PostPosted: Mon Sep 15, 2008 5:16 pm
by vpalmer
We just upgraded. Works great ... except, when we use the auto-login features, it just fills in the player name/password fields instead of actually logging the player in (i.e., the player still has to click log-in, etc.) ... is this the intended behavior for this feature?

Victor

Re: Anyway to log people in automatically

PostPosted: Mon Sep 15, 2008 5:37 pm
by Kent Briggs
vpalmer wrote:We just upgraded. Works great ... except, when we use the auto-login features, it just fills in the player name/password fields instead of actually logging the player in (i.e., the player still has to click log-in, etc.) ... is this the intended behavior for this feature?


The login dialog automatically displaying after the connection is new but it has nothing to do with the new auto login feature. The login should be complete if you're correctly sending the LoginName and LoginPassword parameters to the game server. Are you doing this? And if your site has a password then you have to send the SitePassword parameter also. Using GET it should look something like this:

http://12.34.56.789:8087/?LoginName=JoeBlow&LoginPassword=123xyz

or this:

http://12.34.56.789:8087/?SitePassword=abc123&LoginName=JoeBlow&LoginPassword=123xyz