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login, pass can be null in db - still get "login, pass too short" error messages #149

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avioing opened this Issue Jul 2, 2010 · 1 comment

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avioing commented Jul 2, 2010

apologies if this has already been covered...

in my model, login and crypted_password can be null, yet when i try to create a user without these credentials, i get login/pass too short error messages. does authlogic still force validation on these fields even though they can be null in my database?

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Hello, I'm going through old authlogic issues and seeing what to do with them.
This one looks a bit like a usage question and a bit like a feature request.

If this is a feature request, it's still relevant, and you are committed to
implementing it, please open a new issue and we can discuss your implementation
plan.

If this is a usage question, please ask it on stackoverflow. Unfortunatley,
we just don't have enough volunteers to handle usage questions on github. Also,
please check the reference documentation. You might find something there
that's not in the readme.

Thanks!

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jaredbeck commented Jan 23, 2018

Hello, I'm going through old authlogic issues and seeing what to do with them.
This one looks a bit like a usage question and a bit like a feature request.

If this is a feature request, it's still relevant, and you are committed to
implementing it, please open a new issue and we can discuss your implementation
plan.

If this is a usage question, please ask it on stackoverflow. Unfortunatley,
we just don't have enough volunteers to handle usage questions on github. Also,
please check the reference documentation. You might find something there
that's not in the readme.

Thanks!

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