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Last 3 or 4 days I’m having to log in every time I access the site on desktop or iPad. Phone doesn’t have the same problem.

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Nothing changed in that time although I did have to renew the certificate for our stats portion of the site. The login state is managed by cookies so the best advice - as always in this situation - is to clear the cookies on your browser for CaleyThistleOnline.com and then log back in. The login info should be stored in a cookie called ips4_loggedin and has a simple 0 or 1 for value. 

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I've had this same issue as well. Cleared cookies from Chrome for the site but then it happened again. If I log in again I get an error code "2S119/1" but I am logged in anyway. Very strange :laugh:

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I will take a look at the error logs when i get the chance and see if it throws up any clues to the login issue to the site.

DD - I also dont have issue logging into PL either. Try the direct link and see if that helps : https://predictions.caleythistleonline.com/ . I note the page says its not secure so i need to check which items are not using https but it does allow me to login. See this page to reset password if all else fails. http://predictions.caleythistleonline.com/index.php?cmd=forgotpassword&lid=15 . This is of course different than your site password as its not integrated. 

Note - the script for this is now abandoned by the creator and I do see some issues with it as we have kept our PHP and SQL versions up to date. I may be able to fix this or may not but will not devote a huge amount of time as there is only 7 of us in the competition this year. 

 

 

 

Edited by Scotty
maybe not secure as i posted http not https
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On 10/22/2020 at 6:35 PM, Scotty said:

Nothing changed in that time although I did have to renew the certificate for our stats portion of the site. The login state is managed by cookies so the best advice - as always in this situation - is to clear the cookies on your browser for CaleyThistleOnline.com and then log back in. The login info should be stored in a cookie called ips4_loggedin and has a simple 0 or 1 for value. 

 

On 10/23/2020 at 10:01 AM, RiG said:

I've had this same issue as well. Cleared cookies from Chrome for the site but then it happened again. If I log in again I get an error code "2S119/1" but I am logged in anyway. Very strange :laugh:

Thought it had cleared itself yesterday so didn't bother with the cookies. Problem is back today even after clearing cookies,  including the error code mentioned by RiG which I forgot to mention before. Although if I log out and in again the error goes away.

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  • 2 weeks later...

I'm now getting a message about a "configuration server error has occurred" and the website appears all distorted. However if I click on the links I still get taken onto CTO as normal. Very weird.

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58 minutes ago, RiG said:

I'm now getting a message about a "configuration server error has occurred" and the website appears all distorted. However if I click on the links I still get taken onto CTO as normal. Very weird.

Different error but this one I was able to fix. The internal cache table in the database had crashed so is now repaired. 

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Still logging me out randomly and getting error 2S119/1 when I sign back in  just as RiG mentioned. Just on Safari on desktop, iPhone and iPad, don't normally use other browsers but then RiG does. Cleared website data etc but seems to make no difference.

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not sure why you are getting this but i have adjusted a setting that may help avoid the logging out. 

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Still happening sporadically on all devices. I’m on the site every day so it’s not caused by a couple of days’ absence. I can go on first thing in the morning and be logged in, then later the same day be asked to sign in. Not a massive deal as I have the login details on Keychain, just a niggle.

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