Hey there all,
apologies for being off-topic (had to change my subject because the filter
blocked me!), but I thought someone here may have worked with this before
since authentication and DBs tend to go hand-in-hand.
Here's my situation;
I have a web-based text editor, which requires a user/pass combo to access
it, this is controlled via PHP's very cool $PHP_AUTH_USER/$PHP_AUTH_PW
variables and 401 headers. this section does not allow a user called "admin"
to access it.
That works fine on its own
I also have an admin section for the administrator, where they can configure
users, access levels etc, which allows *only* a user called "admin" with the
right password, again using $PHP_AUTH_USER etc.
This section also works fine on its own.
The problems only appear when you open a browser, access the normal area (as
anyone except admin) then access the admin area, then go back to the normal
area. When you do this, it continually requests a user/pass combo to access
that area, every time you request a new page - it seems to not cache the
user/pass combo in this case...
any suggestions would be nmost, most appreciated!! :)
Beau F Lebens, Technical Officer
Science and Mathematics Education Centre
Curtin University of Technology,
GPO Box U1987 Perth, Western Australia 6845
t: +61 8 9266-7297 (has voice-mail)
f: +61 8 9266-2503 (ATT: Beau Lebens)
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