Try using an argument other than 'login'

Change it to something else because login could easily be a reserved
keyword.

To test this simply change it to xlogin or something similar.

Let me know if that helps.
-Andy

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Mario
Premke
Sent: 10 July 2000 13:58
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Subject: [Zope] HEELLPP - Please !!!


Hi,
I have the following ZSQL-Method:

arguments : login
---------------------

select user_passwd as real_password
from users
where users.user_login=<dtml-sqlvar name=login type=string>


when I now press "change and test" and insert a valid login into
the Login-field I get:

Error, Missing Input: Missing input variable, login

The database works just fine as do other ZSQL-Methods ...

Thanks,
Mario

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