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How to creat registration form in ocPortal

Hi,

How to create registration form in ocPortal?

I have registration form made on simple php page, is it possible to integrate it to ocPortal?

Thaks

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Hmm... why not use the default one? :)
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raven said

Hmm… why not use the default one? :)
Could you provide some more information?

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I really don't get what your issue is… ocPortal has an inbuilt registration form in it's core installation. Adjusting member profile fields you can decide what information to ask from your registering users. Doesn't it suite your needs?
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Situation that we have right now:

Our website is used for BMW Club Lithuania. And only club member could login to the site, and it means that no one else could register. For new pretenders we have separate registration form and only if he became club member his account is created on the website.

So, the same situation I was planning with ocPortal.

But now, after you question, I will analyze situation when pretender could register on the site to special group.


BUT my question is still OPEN. Is any possibility to have additional registration form on ocPortal?

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Why not use different user groups with different zone access? Newly registered users go to a limited access group and when they become club members they are moved to a group with wider access?
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I don't remember right now if you can get registration requests to be approved manually but I guess it should be possible in ocPortal so you could just review all newly registered members and either approve or reject their registration.
Btw, there is a special 'probation' group in the core structure with restricted access that you could use for newly registered users by placing them under probation by default.

It seems your problem is resolved by a little play with usergroups in short :)
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Thanks raven, I will try to make configuration as you suggested :)

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I don't remember right now if you can get registration requests to be approved manually but I guess it should be possible in ocPortal so you could just review all newly registered members and either approve or reject their registration.

Yes that can be done. It's a config option somewhere.


There's no way to have a second registration form, but yes you can make it so people can pick their usergroup from a selection on the standard form.


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Chris Graham said

There's no way to have a second registration form, but yes you can make it so people can pick their usergroup from a selection on the standard form.

Could you please tell how?

Is it possible that depending on this choice/usergroup further Custom Profile Fields for that group can be displayed during the registration?

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I cannot myself remember where the usergroup option is on registration but i know the answer is no to your second question.

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if you say it's there, I will look for it - thanks!

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