Ok, so, update, I did this thing:
Am I supposed to be putting some sort of name in-between the two " ' " marks on the SQL statement? And then whatever I put as the name there, go back over to that "MySQL Table Name" field from within the Login Object Properties and put that same table name there?
and I just called it
so I put that in the SQL statement, in between the two ' marks, and it seemed to create the table. And then, on "MySQL Table Name", I also put the exact same string
So, I'm guessing, if I publish this, that's all well and good.
But, now, how do I actually edit peoples' usernames? I did what the Help topic said, where I created a new table called "USERS", by copying/pasting this:
CREATE TABLE `USERS` (
`id` int(10) NOT NULL auto_increment,
`username` varchar(50) NOT NULL,
`fullname` varchar(75) NOT NULL,
`password` varchar(50) NOT NULL,
`email` varchar(75) NOT NULL,
`active` tinyint(1) NOT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY (`id`));
into my SQL, within phpmyadmin, and it seemed to have created that "USERS" table! But, I mean, so do I use the "Insert" link, in phpmyadmin, and just fill things out that way, each time we want to add a user?
Because, I tried doing that, and just filled in a made-up username, and made-up full name, a password, and an e-mail address; so I filled in those four strings, and clicked "Go" in phpmyadmin . And it shows me as a record, there, in the table. But, when I then go to my live-active WB-page where I put the "Login" object an attempt to use this username and password, it doesn't work. Now, I left all of the "FUNCTIONS" fields, empty, on each of these four fields I filled-in to create this test-record to try a login. Do I need to set the "FUNCTIONS" to something, on these username, full name, password, e-mail fields?