Thanks Phil... was having a bit of a brain fart...
$logged = $_SERVER["AUTH_USER"] by the way...
From: Phillip Smith [mailto:phillip(dot)smith(at)weatherbeeta(dot)com(dot)au]
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2008 8:24 PM
To: Greg Cocks; 'PostgreSQL List - Novice'
Subject: RE: [NOVICE] Wondering how to get the name of the name of the
user logged on to 'my' https:// site via PHP
Probably not a PostgreSQL question - I'd imagine you'll get a better
answer on a PHP list...
I don't know squat about PHP on IIS, but in the web system we wrote, we
store the current user in the $_SESSION variable:
This gets set when they log in - perhaps IIS will set a similar variable
when it authenticates the user?
[mailto:pgsql-novice-owner(at)postgresql(dot)org] On Behalf Of Greg Cocks
Sent: Wednesday, 20 February 2008 13:30
To: PostgreSQL List - Novice
Subject: [NOVICE] Wondering how to get the name of the name of
the user logged on to 'my' https:// site via PHP
I am a (relatively) newbie to PHP - and am wondering how to get
the name of the user logged on to 'my' https:// site via PHP.
IT set up the site via SSL and using active directory's users
(i.e., IIS and Windoze...) for the logon.
Every staff member can logon with their own Windoze network
credentials, which is pretty slick as I let the network admin take care
of permissions, passwords, etc through Windows Server.
Web users with limited permissions have and can be added by IT
as well, with my input on permission levels.
Anyway... the user has the ability to write some stuff back to a
PostgreSQL database and I would like to keep track of who is logged on
that session so I can append their username into the "change log" of the
database - *but how do I get the username?*"
(Note that I could potentially see myself integrating (sic)
Windows User Permissions for each user to differentiate their
'allowable' web page functionality - but that is in the medium to far
future I think...)
I have been exploring LDAP - but it seems like a
hammer-and-walnut approach, at least to my untrained eye.
Any suggestions gratefully received!
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S. M. Stoller Corp
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Broomfield, CO 80021
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