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How do I notify the client of success/failure when creating users with no password?


How do I notify the client of success/failure when creating users with no password?

By : zxf8665905
Date : November 21 2020, 07:35 AM
may help you . I'm building an application that doesn't support public registration. New users will be created by an existing user and an enrollment email will be sent to the new user's email address. I've got this all working, but my implementation feels hackish. , First, put addUser method on server only (i.e. in server dir):
code :
Meteor.methods({
  addUser: function (attrs) {
    var user = Meteor.user();

    if (!user) // you can also check this.userId here
        throw new Meteor.Error(401, 'Please login.');

    if (!attrs.profile.firstName)
       throw new Meteor.Error(422, 'Please include a first name.');

    if (!attrs.profile.lastName)
      throw new Meteor.Error(422, 'Please include a first name.');

    if (!attrs.email)
      throw new Meteor.Error(422, 'Please include an email.');

    var user = _.pick(attrs, ['firstName', 'lastName', 'email']);

    var newUserId = Accounts.createUser(attrs);
    Accounts.sendEnrollmentEmail(newUserId);
  }
});
 Meteor.call('addUser', attrs, function (err) {
   if (err) {
     console.log('something went wrong :(');
   }
 });


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Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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By : user3553965
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Your user input function passes the password parameter by value, so it is not going to change the password variable outside the function. So when you password gets passed into your validation function, it still has the default empty value.
If you want your input function to modify the password value, you should pass by reference.
code :
void UserInput(string& password);
void PasswordValidationOutput(string& password);
bool PasswordMatch(string password);
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By : user2744177
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It may be possible that you are getting the cached response from the server or network.
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