Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: Membership Q
Author: Mike Murry Posted: 8/28/1999; 5:29:29 PM Topic: Membership Q Msg #: 10192 (In response to 10190) Prev/Next: 10191 / 10193
Usually this means that you don't have #members defined in the same table (or in a table higher up) as your logoff script. The solution is to either add the #members directive if you want to restrict access or add #defaultMembershipGroup (with a value that is the group you want to associated with logoff) if you don't want to restrict access.
Did I make any sense?
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- Re: Membership Q, Mark Gillingham, 8/28/1999; 7:28:55 PM
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