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Members who log in using Facebook log do not show up in Members table

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When someone logs in using their Facebook account, there is a row created in *_f_members but that record does not appear in Admin->Tools->Members:Edit account.

Bob
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Can anyone else confirm this behavior? Or is this peculiar to my installation?

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Can't see what could cause this, and didn't happen when I tested.


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Unless you're getting confused as you didn't create a user, instead associating an existing user to a Facebook login.


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Hi Chris-

It was definitely a new user that was created with minimal information. The m_pass_hash_salted field is set to the Facebook user ID and m_password_compat_scheme is set to "Facebook". Since I am not live yet, I have very few members so it is very easy for me to verify this.

Brian Hay confirmed in private message that he is also seeing this issue so he will probably be posting in the thread when he gets a chance after some other commitments.

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Well, I went get a screen grab of the f-members table and the Members table in the Admin area and I now see the new entry. I have not made any changes so I am not sure why it is visible now. Maybe I was looking at the main site instead of the development site.

Now I just have the issue of logging into my site with this account logs me out of Facebook which I think should not happen.

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