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Reset passwords to all users

Please see the attachment. There is screen shot from phpmyadmin, table _users. All of registered users on my website has the same password. It happend beacause some user resetd thier password and this action set the same password to all accounts.. Is any possible to fix this? I try to restore backup mysql, but doesnt work.

I writed about this bug on github some time ago, when I was testing 9.03.00. Unfortunately nobody fixed it. And today I have big problem.
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Tested multiple times and I didn't find any bug.
Please get the relevant files from our Github Andromeda https://github.com/php-fusion/PHP-Fus.../Andromeda branch which is also the candidate for PHPFusion v9.03, and this one containing the latest fixes. We are very sure that the platform is stable before announcing the release of 9.03.

Anyway, ask your user to go to lostpassword.php and retrieve a new password for their account.

How did you reset the password?
As You said, I just downloaded Andromeda from this link and installed to test.
I think I found a bug.

To optimize my mysql datebase I deleted all of extra inputs in admin "User Fields" beacause I didn't need them.

And I think this is a reason. To better visualization I made graphic.

Please check and follow with steps.

test.tomaszowiak.net/images/bug_password.jpg
Alright, this bug is verified. We will be fixing this by prohibiting deletion of the first UFCat.

https://github.com/php-fusion/PHP-Fusion/issues/2242
OK thanks, for now, I added some fields in profile account to work well.

Chan wrote:

@Chan - Please get the relevant files from our Github Andromeda https://github.com/php-fusion/PHP-Fus.../Andromeda branch which is also the candidate for PHPFusion v9.03, and this one containing the latest fixes. We are very sure that the platform is stable before announcing the release of 9.03.

Anyway, ask your user to go to lostpassword.php and retrieve a new password for their account.

How did you reset the password?


Very confused here! When I check https://www.php-fusion.co.uk/infusions/news/news.php?readmore=628 version 9.03 was released a couple of month ago on February 14 2019.

Viewing Github Andromeda as I understand it is supposed to be version 9.03.
But Github is work in progress so per definition it cannot be stable unless you mark it as stable and continue with a copy and give it an incremental versioning number. Perhaps Babylon will become 9.03.01 or 9.04.

I can't find the logic in your release scheme.
https://github.com/php-fusion/PHP-Fusion/tree/Andromeda - 9.03.10 - Fixes, small improvements

https://github.com/php-fusion/PHP-Fusion/tree/Babylon - 9.10 - Big changes in system

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I can't find the logic in your release scheme.


Each version have a branch in Github, depending on milestones and/or release we increment with a major or a minor. We recently agreed to increment all version with a .10 for each step.

Also see this , https://www.php-fusion.co.uk/infusion...p?page=273
For me as a member of the dev.team there is no V9.03 available on Github too. Also the sub branches are not visible to me.

Same as for the locales directory on Github. I cannot access these with my github client any longer. Seems the tree is too complex or something.
Reinstall GitHub Desktop. Everyone in Github Group has write permission to all repos.
I cannot even read the repo, tried with different clients.
Only with webbrowser I can acces the repo
We have your account in the core developers group.

I think you should re-install Github windows/mac client again and set up a new fresh pull.

Git is pretty easy to use with GUI client. If you need help in setting it up in your local, you can talk to any of the core developers on Discord.
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