Typo3 validating the security token of this form

21-Nov-2019 16:35

In this form you can also see how you can use the roles later.We have an f:security View Helper that checks if there is a user logged in and if the role matches.Translation of select content The View Helper can be given a “translate” argument with configuration on how to translate option labels.The array can have the following keys: - “by” defines if translation by message id or original label is to be used (“id” or “label”) - “using” defines if the option tag’s “value” or “label” should be used as translation input, defaults to “value” - “locale” defines the locale identifier to use, optional, defaults to current locale - “source” defines the translation source name, optional, defaults to “Main” - “package” defines the package key of the translation source, optional, defaults to current package - “prefix” defines a prefix to use for the message id – only works in combination with “by id” HTML element.

We don't check the username and password by ourself. That this works we need to name the arguments (username, password) in the correct way, so that FLOW3 knows where to look.

If the prepend Option Label variable is set, an option item is added in first position, bearing an empty string or - if specified - the value of the prepend Option Value variable as value.

In the example below, the user Array is an array of “User” domain objects, with no array key specified.

To pre-select a value, set “value” to the option key which should be selected.

If the select box is a multi-select box (multiple=”true”), then “value” can be an array as well.

We don't check the username and password by ourself. That this works we need to name the arguments (username, password) in the correct way, so that FLOW3 knows where to look.

If the prepend Option Label variable is set, an option item is added in first position, bearing an empty string or - if specified - the value of the prepend Option Value variable as value.

In the example below, the user Array is an array of “User” domain objects, with no array key specified.

To pre-select a value, set “value” to the option key which should be selected.

If the select box is a multi-select box (multiple=”true”), then “value” can be an array as well.

If you want to make it some more secure, use a function that generates a random string here.