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When I get the order purchase screen, or the one-time login URL link, i get "Undefined index: input in aes_user_login()"
Is this with or without the AES module enabled?
I see this *with* aes installed and configured.
I think that the upper checkbox (encrypt user logins) has nothing to do with our usage here and can be left off. Anyway, this is an aes issue.
I'm also seeing this error after clicking the one time login link for new accounts.
The exact error:
Notice: Undefined index: input in aes_user_login() (line 407 of /public_html/sites/all/modules/contrib/aes/aes.module).
I committed code to -dev that should fix this: http://drupalcode.org/project/aes.git/commit/45783c9
rfay, is AES being used by Drupal Commerce? I wasn't aware of that. Sorry that I only started making commits now.
Thanks, @EvanDonovan - Yes, Commerce UPS uses AES. Not sure why.
Marking fixed then...
Ok, I will try to get a stable release shortly...it's been tough finding the time for projects like this lately. If anyone from Commerce project wants commit access to push needed patches through, I'd be happy to grant it.
Had exact same error with aes-7.x-1.5.zip, which already had the patched code in it. Occured when logging into new account for first time. Error does not occur logging into same account subsequently. Error occurs with both facebook and google logins.
Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.
See post 9
@den33775, should be fixed in latest dev
Automatically closed - issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.
Issue #1321292 by EvanDonovan, fakingfantastic, rfay: Fixed undefined...
Issue #1321292: Undefined index: input in aes_user_login() - another try...
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