This capability has been built into the upcoming FoxWeb 4.0. You can't do what you want with FoxWeb 3. A possible work-around would be to have the browser send the user id and password back to the server. The simplest way to do this is with a redirect:
Sent by Rob Thomas on 03/19/2007 09:04:01 PM:
>>>>>> have the user id and password in your FoxWeb code and want to pass it to the Auth class for programmatic authentication
This is the case...
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 03/19/2007 10:23:12 AM:
Please give us a bit more info on your needs. Do you already have the user id and password in your FoxWeb code and want to pass it to the Auth class for programmatic authentication, or do you want to link to a FoxWeb script from another web application and pass the userid and password in the link? If it's the latter, you can do so by passing the user id and password in the query string:
Please note that this is not a very secure technique and should not be used for applications that involve really sensitive information. The two problems I can think of are:
Sent by Rob Thomas on 03/18/2007 11:45:48 PM:
Is there a way to authenticate a user without using a form?
I already have the User and Password from another program that I just want to pass to Auth without forcing the user to authenticate again.