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Subject: Failure to create a user with the DBI backend
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POE-Component-UserBase-0.09.tar.gz v2@vaio:~$ perl -v This is perl, v5.8.4 built for i386-linux-thread-multi v2@vaio:~$ uname -a Linux vaio 2.6.8-vaio #1 Tue Sep 14 12:57:20 BST 2004 i686 GNU/Linux The _create_dbi subroutine incorrectly handles the username/password/domain/persistent data supplied by a client: sub _create_dbi { my ($heap,$href) = @_; my $stm = <<_EOSTM_; insert into $heap->{Table} ($heap->{UserColumn}, $heap->{DomainColumn}, $heap->{PasswordColumn}, $heap->{PersistentColumn} ) values('$heap->{user_name}', '$heap->{domain}', '$heap->{password}', '$heap->{persistent}') _EOSTM_ my $sth = $heap->{Connection}->prepare($stm); my $rv = $sth->execute(); $sth->finish(); } the values used in the INSERT statement should read: values('$href->{user_name}', '$href->{domain}', '$href->{password}', '$href->{persistent}') As teh arguments are not supplied to the routine via the $heap variable, but are infact passed in via the $href/second argument.


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