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Old September 19th, 2007, 06:28 AM
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Default stored procedure problem

Hi,
i have the following sp.
it checks the user pass and username
whenever a user logss in the logins(integer) field which is set to increment 1 login increments 3 times instead of once
for ex.user has 10 logins when he loggs again logins will become 13
how is that?
the problem is with this line:
 UPDATE Users SET Last_Login = GetDate(), logins = logins + 1 WHERE UserName = @UserName


CREATE PROCEDURE ValidateUser
  @UserName nvarchar(32) = NULL,
  @Password nvarchar(100) = NULL,
  @IPAddress varchar(16) = NULL,
  @Valid int = NULL OUTPUT,
  @userID int = Null OUTPUT,
  @firstname nvarchar(100) = Null OUTPUT
AS
  SET NOCOUNT ON
  DECLARE @Check int
  DECLARE @Check2 int

  -- Assume success
  SET @Valid = 1

  -- Validate input parameters
  IF @UserName IS NULL
    SET @Valid = 0
  IF @Password IS NULL
    SET @Valid = 0

  -- Bail on invalid inputs
  IF @Valid = 0
    RETURN

  -- Check UserName and Password
  SELECT @Check = COUNT(*) FROM Users
  WHERE UserName = @UserName AND Password = @Password And UserStatus=1

  SELECT @Check2 = COUNT(*) FROM Blocked WHERE blocked_IP = @IPAddress

  IF @Check2 = 1
    BEGIN
      SET @Valid = 2
      RETURN
    END

select @UserID = userid fromUsers WHERE UserName = @Username
 UPDATE Users SET Last_Login = GetDate(), logins = logins + 1 WHERE UserName = @UserName

  -- Assign return value
  SET @Valid = @Check


RETURN
GO




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