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I'm planning a website and I have a few questions for the Website Membership Plugin.
I'll be importing some data from a text file into a CMS table, this data will have financial information. I'll like to get my Website Membership plugin to display the information for each username privately. Example:
Section name: Balance card
Inside this section, each username will be able to see and check their OWN balance and their movements up to date (I'll get this info from the imported data).
Is this possible? Can someone point me in the right direction on how can I do something like this while using the Website Membership plugin?
Thanks in advance!
Thank you Jerry.
Well, basically I can probably make a where statement.
Something like display all records just for this username/member and then do the math I need from those records. The thing here will be to create that where statement using the dynamic username/member as obviously that will change for each specific username.
Is that possible? Is there any example doing something like this using this plugin?
Take a look at the edit profile code in the code generator Website membership plugin.
The current user logs in and the form on the page shows information from the user account record for only that member.
I've added fields to the accounts database and easily massaged that form to do exactly what I think you wanted to accomplish, which is to show data belonging to a particular member to him or her once they logged in.
The plugin does all the heavy lifting for you. The owner can update certain fields in their account record.
I don't remember if I've ever done it, but I think you could use what you suggested or similar to work on other tables.
Also take a look at Deborah's current post https://www.interactivetools.com/forum/forum-posts.php?81150
It may give you some ideas.
Thank you again Jerry,
Will try to start making some tests and see how it goes. Will keep you posted.
Great! I look forward to finding out how you accomplished the task, and will include it in the CMSB Cookbook (crediting you of course...).