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Is it possible to have a dynamic database connection string?

I need to be able to link logins to different databases (my customer wants each customer to have their own database), but I want to control everything through a central DNN installation. Ideally, I'd like to be able to use some identifier associated …

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Custom Login - picking up Remember Me value

Is there an easy way to have the Remember Me checkbox set to the cookie value on a custom login page (ie one where I am using the XModPro Login tag). The UserName (Uname) and Password (Pword) fields seem to pick up the correct values from the cookie, …

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How can I redirect based on User Rolegroup after login?

Hello, I am using XMP for the main login. Now my site has two rolegroups: Employers and Employees When a user logs in, I'd like to base the redirect page on the user's rolegroup. I've been trying a lot of things with the redirect tag as such: < …

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Custom Login Modal

I craeted a custom login form using the login action tag and it is called within a DNN Modal. However after a form validation fail (such as bad username or password), the next attempt seems that login action is not working any more, not even the redirect …

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display form inside popup box

Hello experts :) I found this question unanswered on the old forum, and since I need the answer, I'll simply ask it once again here on the new forum. When creating a form inside a hidden DIV element, and having fancybox take that DIV and pop it up in a …

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