[horde] Store TOS information in database

Felipe Scarel fbscarel at gmail.com
Tue Aug 30 19:29:35 UTC 2011

Indeed, it seems it does. I deleted my user from the DB and cleared my
cache. Tried to log in, accepted the TOS, and went to look in the DB what
came up in horde_prefs.last_logintasks for my user:


What exactly do each of these mean? Considering one of those is the
timestamp in which the user accepted the TOS, will it be overwritten in
future logins (and thus needs to be saved somewhere else) or it'll stay
there ad infinitum?

Thanks for your help Michael. Cheers,

On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 16:07, Michael M Slusarz <slusarz at horde.org> wrote:

> Quoting Felipe Scarel <fbscarel at gmail.com>:
>  Hey there guys,
>> I'm configuring a Horde installation for my employer and have stumbled
>> upon
>> a problem. I'm using the TOS Agreement feature from Horde to display a TOS
>> to my users, and only let them log in if accepted. To achieve that I'm
>> using
>> the 'imap' auth driver directly in Horde, and 'hordeauth = true' in IMP.
>> Users are logging in just fine, and the TOS works as intended.
>> I don't know that much PHP, but what I've understood from
>> 'lib/LoginTasks/Task/**TosAgreement.php' is that it checks for the
>> acceptance
>> of the TOS somewhere in client-side (using 'Horde_Util::getFormData', I
>> think). That seems to be the case, since I ran some tests and, after
>> clearing browser cache, the TOS shows up again for a user that had
>> accepted
>> it in the past.
>> My question is: I'd like to store the TOS acceptance in the Horde MySQL
>> database (or the LDAP db against which my IMAP auths are checked, either
>> is
>> fine), preferably as a timestamp registering when the user accepted the
>> TOS.
>> Is there any easy/standard way of doing that in Horde, or I'd have to go
>> about changing 'lib/LoginTasks/Task/**TosAgreement.php'? If changes are
>> needed, would they persist through upgrades?
>> Oh yes, and I'm running the most recent Horde release... just ran a 'pear
>> upgrade' on my server.
> The last_logintasks preference for a user contains an array of timestamps
> of the last time a login task was run (key is the task's PHP classname I
> believe).  So this data should already exist.
> michael
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