How to enable registration on login page?

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How to enable registration on login page?

Postby russanvan » Fri Apr 28, 2017 7:09 pm

Hi,
I am looking for a register button on my login page.
I am an administrator of my website but I can't find how to enable registration on login page or other pages. My website needs all visitors can sign up themselves, without action from administrators.
Please help me solve this problem.
Thank you!
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Re: How to enable registration on login page?

Postby flyingkites » Fri May 05, 2017 3:28 pm

This is not a function that is available. You need to create each account.

But qdPM is open source so you can code this function yourself.
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Re: How to enable registration on login page?

Postby flyingkites » Fri May 05, 2017 3:45 pm

thank you.

we will review it for completeness and publish it
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Re: How to enable registration on login page?

Postby russanvan » Sat May 06, 2017 5:24 am

Thank you for replying!

I can create a simple registration page myself, but it may be unsafe. Attackers can use sqlinjection to attack database easily by errors. It will be great if qdpm developers add this function in new version.
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Re: How to enable registration on login page?

Postby flyingkites » Fri May 12, 2017 8:56 pm

We do not plan to. You are actually the first to ask for it.

Users need to be registered by Admin and assigned to a User Group. They then need to be assigned to a Project in order to login and then actually use the application.

So there are too many decisions:

1. User Group
2. Projects

to be resolved within a self-registration function.
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Re: How to enable registration on login page?

Postby russanvan » Sat May 13, 2017 2:31 pm

It sounds good if a configuration page added in user module. In that page, Admin can choose what type of user group for a self-registration, so all public users will be automatically assign to this group. Admin can also disable self-registrations if he/she gets the limitation of Mysql storage.

Users can register themselves, but they don't have access to any project until Admin wants to assign projects to them.

This way is OK, right?
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