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  • Web Content Super Control Preventing Login

    I have embed a web page in my A5 software. this page has a url like:
    https://abc123.com:9291/gd-portal/login/
    I can log in from the browser with no issues, but, I cannot login when I attempt it from within the A5 software. I get the following message "Invalid username or password"

    How do I get around this?

  • #2
    Re: Web Content Super Control Preventing Login

    Edit.

    I just tried it and it did work as an interactive web page using the login page for an email account under zimbra. There was an error of some sort about a script on the page not finding something.

    Code:
    https://sadlib.static-app.synacor.com/client/insight/ad.html?adunit=inbox&initialCallTimestamp=1513706716&adRefreshCount=0&refreshTimeStamp=1513706716
    Last edited by Stan Mathews; 12-19-2017, 02:03 PM.
    There can be only one.

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    • #3
      Re: Web Content Super Control Preventing Login

      Hey Stan! Would you believe when you say "interactive web page", I'm not sure what exactly you're referring to? :) I know. :(

      Do you have any suggestion as to how to go about allowing the software users to utilize this page without showing them the address of the page. The office knows it, but the end users, the staff, should not see it.

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      • #4
        Re: Web Content Super Control Preventing Login

        Interactive as opposed to static. A login page would interact with the user allowing some further activity once logged in. A static page would simply display some content.

        I don't do much with connecting Alpha and the web so I don't know why your login page won't process the input into the web content supercontrol correctly.
        There can be only one.

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        • #5
          Re: Web Content Super Control Preventing Login

          Ok Stan, Thanks.

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          • #6
            Re: Web Content Super Control Preventing Login

            Hi Nigel,
            I found the supercontrol not to work well. I use a modeless dialog with an activex contol. Here is an example to UPS tracking website.

            Code:
            'SCRIPT URL VARIABLES
                dim myurl.object as p
                dim myurl_url as C
                myurl_url ="https://www.ups.com/WebTracking/track?loc=en_US"		
                myurl.class = "shell.explorer.2"
              
            ' DIALOG
                dim dlg_body as C
                dim dlg_code as C
                dim dlg_title as C="SHIPPING EVENTS GROUP"
                DIM SHARED varC_result as C
                dim dlg1 as C
                dim dlg2 as C
                dim vc_H as C="49"
                dim vc_W as C="227"
            
            'THIS IS THE BODY FOR THE WEBSITE DIALOG
            dlg1=<<%dlg1%
            {startup=init}{background=hsi dgray}{font=arial,10,b}{position=0,.3}{nocaption}{lf=.5}
            {region}
            {justify=right}<%O={J=C}{I:'$$generic.orb.red'}{F=arial,10}  Close  ;OF={J=C}{C=white}{B=black}{I:'$$generic.orb.red'}{F=Arial,10,bi}  Close %35,1.5!event_close>
            {lf=.2}
            {endregion};
            
            {region}
            {startup=init}{on_activate=fill}{stretch=width,height}{background=pale yellow}
            {font=Arial,8,b}
            {activex=%dlg1%
            
            dlg2=<<%dlg2%
            myurl?.t.}  
            {endregion}
            %dlg2%
            
               dlg_body=dlg1+vc_W+","+vc_H+dlg2
               
               dlg_code=<<%code%
                
            'START UP OF WEB PAGE DIALOG CODE
                IF a_dlg_button = "init"
                 ' show_embedded(local_variables())
                  a_dlg_button = ""
                    hourglass_cursor(.t.)
                        if myurl_url <> "" then      'open up the web site
                            'on error goto myurl_error
                            myurl.object.navigate(shellExplorer_url(myurl_url))
                        on error goto 0
                        end if
                    hourglass_cursor(.f.)
                END IF
            
            'CLOSE
            	IF a_dlg_button="event_close"
            		ui_modeless_dlg_close("SHIPPING EVENTS GROUP")
            	END IF
            
                 %code%
            
            'GENERATE THE DIALOG
                varC_result = ui_modeless_dlg_box(dlg_title,dlg_body,dlg_code)
            Mike W
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