Customizing FP asp login websites


G

Guest

I used the basic layout and code that Microsoft provides for creating
database password protected files through ASP:
(http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;825498)

and it works fine. However, my newest problem is when I go to customize the
login pages. At the end of the tutorial, it states taht if you need to
password-protect other web pages then you have to save the file with an ASP
file name extension and add two lines of code:
<% @language="vbscript" %>
<!--#include virtual="/logon/_private/logon.inc"-->

I've done this, but when I try to access these pages after a successful
login, they don't show. Any suggestions???
 
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Stefan B Rusynko

If you are already logged in the login.inc script requires no action
- try accessing the page before your login

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|I used the basic layout and code that Microsoft provides for creating
| database password protected files through ASP:
| (http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;825498)
|
| and it works fine. However, my newest problem is when I go to customize the
| login pages. At the end of the tutorial, it states taht if you need to
| password-protect other web pages then you have to save the file with an ASP
| file name extension and add two lines of code:
| <% @language="vbscript" %>
| <!--#include virtual="/logon/_private/logon.inc"-->
|
| I've done this, but when I try to access these pages after a successful
| login, they don't show. Any suggestions???
|
 
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G

Guest

I'm able to get to the pages without having to log in, which is not what I
want to do. Once I log in however, I can't see the pages either.
 

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