[ic] Problem with set/check_file_acl (?)
Wed Jul 2 18:27:00 EDT 2003
Quoting Gabriel Cooper (email@example.com):
> I am trying to set up a store with downloadable
> documents and have run into a rather simple roadblock.
> When someone buys a downloadable document and arrive
> at receipt.html there's a link to "Download Now!".
> When the click the link they /always/ receive a 404 error
> generated by deliver.html (the page that delivers the
> I have narrowed the problem all the way down to the
> set/get of an authorization variable. receipt.html
> sets the variable, deliver.html checks it and if the
> check returns true then you get your document.
> Unfortunately the "check_file_acl" userdb function is
> always returning *nothing*. Not 0 (false), nor 1 (true).
> I'm stumped and don't know what's wrong. The code
> that sets it as well as the code that checks it is
> straight from the normal stock implementation of the
> Interchange foundation store (AFAIK) so I really don't
> see why this isn't working.
> below is the set/check code from the two pages:
> In receipt.html:
Looks like this:
> mode="expire 7 days"
Doesn't match this:
> In deliver.html:
> [seti authorized][userdb
> location="[scratch deliverable]"
Unless [scratch deliverable] is equal to the SKU of the ordered item,
it will not authenticate.
If you do a SQL query
select file_acl from userdb;
you will see what is actually set for the location for all orders
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