Curriki
  1. Curriki
  2. CURRIKI-5664

Sometimes, the user's validation does not come through

    Details

    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Resolved Resolved
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 1.10.6 Facebook Connect / Improved Login / Join
    • Fix Version/s: 1.11 New Core 3.5
    • Labels:
      None
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      Description

      There seems to be times when the user registers, then enters validation, then sees a page that is properly showing that it is valid but suddenly gets invalidated again and has to re-input the validation, which works again.

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        Paul Libbrecht added a comment -

        Joshua formulated the hypothesis that the user is not properly saved... which may be true and seems to have been true in the current reading of Complete.vm.

        I had a fix committed but rolled-it back first in order to evaluate.
        And indeed I could:

        • click on a login-or-join
        • then on join-now
        • fill registration
        • validate by enter code
        • check that you are validated by looking at the header
        • flushed the cache in another browser
        • reload that same page where the header was wrong: you are inactive

        paul

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        Paul Libbrecht added a comment - Joshua formulated the hypothesis that the user is not properly saved... which may be true and seems to have been true in the current reading of Complete.vm. I had a fix committed but rolled-it back first in order to evaluate. And indeed I could: click on a login-or-join then on join-now fill registration validate by enter code check that you are validated by looking at the header flushed the cache in another browser reload that same page where the header was wrong: you are inactive paul
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        Paul Libbrecht added a comment -

        A fix is now committed.
        It should be tested with a cache clearance after the key input.

        paul

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        Paul Libbrecht added a comment - A fix is now committed. It should be tested with a cache clearance after the key input. paul
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        Paul Libbrecht added a comment -

        I conclude that "only" less than 207 users had the bug and I propose to do one of the following:

        • (a) call that same URL once again, it will validate them successfully and should send then another welcome mail
        • (b) do the same but enriching the Complete script or mail so that an added message appears indicating the apology
        • (c) craft another script for this which would send a dedicated mail

        Which one do you prefer?
        What text should be mailed or added to the mail?

        thanks in advance

        Paul

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        Paul Libbrecht added a comment - I conclude that "only" less than 207 users had the bug and I propose to do one of the following: (a) call that same URL once again, it will validate them successfully and should send then another welcome mail (b) do the same but enriching the Complete script or mail so that an added message appears indicating the apology (c) craft another script for this which would send a dedicated mail Which one do you prefer? What text should be mailed or added to the mail? thanks in advance Paul
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        Todd Sherman added a comment -

        Just do this one. (a) call that same URL once again, it will validate them successfully and should send then another welcome mail.

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        Todd Sherman added a comment - Just do this one. (a) call that same URL once again, it will validate them successfully and should send then another welcome mail.
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        Joshua Marks added a comment -

        (d) combine this with the issue related to validation requests and automating the process for those who send an e-mail saying they did not receive their validation e-mail. (Basically paste in an email or user ID (Or send a list of them), the system will find them and if they are not valid, validate them and send a validation compete e-mail ("Your account was validated by administrator request..." or something like that)

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        Joshua Marks added a comment - (d) combine this with the issue related to validation requests and automating the process for those who send an e-mail saying they did not receive their validation e-mail. (Basically paste in an email or user ID (Or send a list of them), the system will find them and if they are not valid, validate them and send a validation compete e-mail ("Your account was validated by administrator request..." or something like that)

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          • Assignee:
            Paul Libbrecht
            Reporter:
            Paul Libbrecht
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