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  1. Ok, i'm sorry guys. I solved the problem, debugger confused me and i found that the problem is in md5 matching. Sorry for wasting your time v0t
  2. Hi all! I started using Yii and I'm trying to authenticate users by db table from login form, but i'm getting in trouble with find() function. This is my UserIdentity's class: private $_id; public function authenticate() { $username = strtolower($this->username); $record=User::model()->find('LOWER(username)=?',array($username)); if($record===null) $this->errorCode=self::ERROR_USERNAME_INVALID; else if($record->password!==md5($this->password)) $this->errorCode=self::ERROR_PASSWORD_INVALID; else { $this->_id=$record->id; $this->setState('title', $record->title); $this->errorCode=self::ERROR_NONE; } return !$this->errorCode; } public function getId() { return $this->_id; } I'm running the project in xdebug-mode (under Netbeans IDE) and i check $username is correct. ($username contains the same value i insert on the browser) I go step by step and i see that, immediately after find() line, $record has 'username' and 'password' validated as void string and then that errorCode is equals to 2. I tried using findByAttributes() function too, but there's the same problem. No exception, just 'Incorrect username or password.' message. DB Connection works because i created 3 users using webapp. Moreover if there was a db connection error i would assume that there should be an error in logs. I'm not really understanding: that find() is one of the first operation that i do in a Login Form. I'm sorry for my english, thanks! PS. i'm using SQL Server 2008
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