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Subject:VBulletin userdata array
Summary:[req] array of vBulletin user data example
Messages:9
Author:sugubat
Date:2009-11-21 23:14:44
Update:2010-08-31 18:07:16
 

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sugubat
2009-11-21 23:14:44
Hello,

Thank you for posting this class.
I dont know so much about vBulletin.
So, could you give an example of array of vBulletin user data (that can be used during registration) ?

Thank you

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Sam Cleaver
2009-11-22 01:36:21 - In reply to message 1 from sugubat
The only required values in the array for register_newuser array username, password and email. All the rest are optional. So you could have:

$userinfo = array('username'=>'exampleusername','email'=>'email@example.com','password'=>'examplepassword');
$result = register_newuser($userinfo);
if(!$result)
echo "User registered";
else
echo "Registration failed, reason: $result";

All values passed in the $userdata array are related to fields in the database, if you want to pass anymore values you can do.

Hope that helps!

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sugubat
2009-11-22 06:47:49 - In reply to message 2 from Sam Cleaver
Thank you very much, Sam.

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sugubat
2009-11-22 07:35:47 - In reply to message 2 from Sam Cleaver
hi,

even if in the class i put the right path i get an error

Call to undefined function register_newuser() in file .... []

my test.php is

(it should work even with the test arrays)

require_once('class.vbulletin-bridge.php');
$forum = new vBulletin_Bridge();

$userdata = array('username'=>'exampleusername','email'=>'email@example.com','password'=>'examplepassword');

$result = register_newuser($userinfo);
if(!$result)
echo "User registered";
else
echo "Registration failed, reason: $result";

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sugubat
2009-11-22 07:44:44 - In reply to message 4 from sugubat
I changed with

$result = $forum->register_newuser($userinfo);

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sugubat
2009-11-22 07:50:13 - In reply to message 5 from sugubat
:( now for

require_once('class.vbulletin-bridge.php');
$forum = new vBulletin_Bridge();

$userdata = array(

'username'=>'exampleusername',

'email'=>'email@example.com',

'password'=>'examplepassword');


$result = $forum->register_newuser($userinfo);
if(!$result)
echo "User registered";
else
echo "Registration failed, reason: $result";


i get

Registration failed, reason: Please complete the required field "Username".


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sugubat
2009-11-22 07:54:59 - In reply to message 6 from sugubat
it works now. Thank you

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Sam Cleaver
2009-11-22 11:59:23 - In reply to message 7 from sugubat
Sorry, wasn't around last night so missed all of the replies! Yea with the first errors you were recieving its because you werent accessing the functions through the class. With the last one did I forget to give the Username a capital letter at the start?

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brad
2010-08-31 18:07:16 - In reply to message 3 from sugubat
hi thank you very much, but i found a problem

how can i log whith this class please? i got this error:
Severity: User Error

Message: Registry object is not an object

Filename: includes/class_dm.php

Line Number: 202

and
Fatal error: Call to a member function query() on a non-object in C:\AppServ\www\teste\vbulltin\class.vbulletin-bridge.php on line 54