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| Joomla Users

{emailcloak=off} Requirements Joomla Users Import User Creating the template A template can be created by following these steps: Go to Components -> RO CSVI -> Templates Click New Give the template a name Set Action to Import Set Component to Joomla Users Set Operation to User Click Next: Select Source Source is set default to Load...

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| RO Users

Fake user registrations are always a pain to deal with but with RO Users you can at least clean them up automatically. Even better is if the user never manages to register. RO Users ships with the block user registration plugin that allows you to block users from registering when they match a word you have added to the blacklist.

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| RO Users

Despite RO Users being a very specific tool, there are quite a few interesting features that makes life a lot easier. You can configure when user accounts should be deleted, if user accounts who never logged-in should be deleted automatically, bounce email handling.

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| RO Users

The installation of RO Users requires a few steps to be taken as there are some pre-requisites to meet. The main installation is a regular Joomla installation where you upload the installation package and Joomla will install the files. Once that is done you can configure the settings according to your needs and wishes.

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| News

This release of RO CSVI 2.1.0 may be a small update but we believe you may like it. Recently a new plugin has been added to the RO Users package, one that we think may be useful in the battle against spam registrations.

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| RO Users

This article explains how to setup a cron job for RO Users. The cron job will clean out users automatically at a given interval. This ensures that users are cleaned out at set times. The information emails are sent out on time as well. Instructions for setting up the RO Users cron job in major control panel is explained.

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| News

This release of RO Users has been long overdue and with the rebranding of the new website it has taken a step back but today we have a brand new release for you. We have added a couple of new features that makes live easier as an administrator.

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| RO Users

RO Users is a nifty little tool that cleans out any old users on your site based on your settings. This makes keeping your site clean with only active users a breeze. You only need to set it up once and then it runs completely unattended as a cron job. Invalid users can also be automatically replaced.

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| Joomla Users

Requirements Joomla Users Export User Creating the export template A template can be created by following these steps: Go to Components -> RO CSVI -> Templates Click New Give the template a name Set Action to Export Set Component to Joomla Users Set Operation to User Click Next: Select Source Destination is set default to Download....

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| Features

RO Users has the option to whitelist users, which prevents these users from ever being deleted by RO Users. Users can be whitelisted based on usergroup and/or emailaddress.

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| Features

On a site where users are deleted but linked to articles or categories you will see a warning pop-up when someone tries to acces that article or category and the user no longer exists.

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| Joomla Users

In RO CSVI we offer a number of import and export routines to manage your Joomla data. This is the complete list of Joomla Users supported operations. The majority of operations are available for both import and export although some are for a specific task so they can only be used for either import or export.

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| RO Payments

RO Payments can be used in two different ways with RSForm!Pro: StandaloneThis only uses the RO Payment fields Integrated with Payment Pro PackageThis uses the RO Payment button for use in the Payment Pro Package dropdown Creating a form using RO Payments standalone Using RO Payments in standalone mode requires at least the total field to...

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| Features

RO Users can log every step it takes so you can investigate any possible issues or see what has happened. Where these messages appear is up to you. Since RO Users genereally runs as a cron job and not activated by a user, it can be useful to output the logging to a file instead. The logfile will be created in the Joomla logs folder where you can...

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| RO Single Sign On

RO Single Sign On has it all in the name, it provides single sign on services for Joomla. Link your Joomla site to any SAML or Shibboleth identity provider to allow users to login with their own account. Build your own identity provider using your Joomla site and provide identity services to other sites.

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| Products

Automated user management for Joomla

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| RO Single Sign On

The installation of RO Single Sign On is not as simple as most other Joomla extensions as it requires in-depth knowledge of SAML and specific server setup. Due to this we only deliver RO Single Sign On with installation by us or selected partner as this is the only way we can guarantee RO Single Sign On will be setup correctly. Depending on the...

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| Features

RO User makes use of bounce emails to determine if email addresses are actually in use. You can configure how RO User should connect to the mailbox to be able to process the emails in the mailbox.

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| Joomla Users

Creating the template A template can be created by following these steps: Go to Components -> CSVI Pro -> Templates Click New Give the template a name Set Action to Import Set Component to Joomla Users Set Operation to User Groups Click Next: Select Source Source is set default to Load from your computer. No need for change. Click...

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| News

Less than 2 weeks ago we came with the update of RO Payments 6.1.0 and we received some reports that users cannot open RO Payments. This is fixed in this RO Payments 6.2.0 release but we were also working on Joomla 4 support and this is ready for RO Payments core so we did not want to wait before releasing Joomla 4 support.

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Hello James, [quote]Import Joomla Users[/quote] Yes you can use RO CSVI to import Joomla users. Take a look at [url=https://rolandd.com/documentation/ro-csvi/joomla-users/joomla-user-import]Joomla user import[/url] document. [quote]- Automatically Create a Random Password for the users[/quote] No, password is one of the required field in Joomla user import so it has to be included in import file and cannot be generated on import. But if you include the [b]password[/b] field in import RO CSVI will hash it as Joomla does. [quote]Send Registration / Welcome email during Import[/quote] RO CSVI does not send email for users on import but you can [url=https://rolandd.com/documentation/ro-csvi/override-import-export-routines]create an override for import[/url] and write custom code to send emails.

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Hello Niels, Roland thought the post is about RO CSVI so said cron jobs are optional. For RO Users extension you need to have a cron job. Cron job will send reminders to users, deactivate or delete accounts accounts based on the settings you have on RO User extension.

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Hello Andy, RO Single Sign On uses Joomla users as primary source for authenticating users when setup as Identity Provider. New accounts must then also be created on the Identity Provider site as this is then your single point of truth when it comes to user accounts. Let me know if you have any further questions.

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Hello, Adding hardcoded XML headerlines will not be an issue, that can be done in the template itself but there is no direct way to add hardcoded XML lines for each record. It needs little of custom coding in RO CSVI files. You can use our [url=https://demo.rolandd.com/administrator/]demo site[/url] to create a sample export using [url=https://rolandd.com/documentation/ro-csvi/custom-tables/advanced-custom-table-export]RO CSVI Advanced custom table[/url] export to see the values you get in export XML. [quote]This is done by exporting the user data and for each user several lines hard-coded xml code. [/quote] By user data you mean Joomla users with user custom fields? Are you expecting to link more tables with Joomla user table in this export? I am asking this because we have [url=https://rolandd.com/documentation/ro-csvi/joomla-users/joomla-user-export]Joomla Users export[/url] which can get you values from users table and user custom fields. This export does not link other custom tables.

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Hello Elisa, [quote]will existing Data be overwritten or updated?[/quote] What is the difference between overwritten and updated? [quote]How to control the behaviour?[/quote] [url=https://rolandd.com/documentation/ro-csvi/joomla-users/joomla-user-import]Joomla user import[/url] uses email as required field. If a user with given email exists in database the values from import file are updated else a new user is created.

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Hi Dear, In RO Users settings, I can't understand: • what messages are sent to the user in case they never logged in • in what sequence these messages are sent Very thanks

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Hello, [quote]is it possible with your module?[/quote] Yes it is possible to export Joomla Users with RO CSVI. Please check [url=https://rolandd.com/documentation/ro-csvi/joomla-users/joomla-user-export]Joomla User export [/url] document. [quote]joomla users login and exit times associated with individual days of the week[/quote] You can add fields [b]username[/b] and [b]password[/b] fields for login. I am not sure on what you expect by individual days of week but for exit time use field [b]lastvisitDate[/b]. This field will get the date of user last visited your site. And of course there are other fields available which you can add in export template. Let me know if you have any questions.

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Thanks RolandD. But RO CSVI does not has to do this, Joomla does this when one creates a new user manually through the admin page. But if I create new users using RO CSVI, Joomla does not send the “New user” email. I’ve tried (to my knowledge) every possible Joomla and CSVI setting, but the email is never sent. But probably my knowledge falls short and can you help me? Thanks

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Hi Dear, I follow your istructions here: https://rolandd.com/products/ro-users/installation?start=4 and created the command: curl /usr/local/bin/php71 /home/domain/public_html/cli/rouser.php --username="Username" --password="Password" --hostname="https://mysite.com/" where • "domain" is the specific domain to access root folder • Username -> Joomla Super User Username • Password -> Joomla Super User Password che "curl" in command is what hosting (SiteGround) reccomends. But... Nothing happen. :) What are we missing?

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Hi, I use RSForm and RO payments to register new users. If payments fail, the new user is registered anyway! And being already registered, they can not try again because the email address is in use. And no matter whether I switch the RSform messages on or off, the RO Payments message "payment failed" is never shown. Am I doing something wrong? At least the not-paid user should be deleted and the correct message should appear, IMHO. Best, Eric

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Hello Michael, [quote]we have a main-page(Joomla) and a subdomain(Shopsystem Modified). We now want the functions(from shopsystem): -user New / registration -Edit / display customer data - No orders![/quote] I understand you are trying to move user data from Shopsystem to Joomla. RO CSVI Supports Joomla user imports but the question is do you have export feature in Shopsystem to get the needed data in either CSV or XLS or XML file formats? [quote]ntegrate in Joomla. How do we use your modul?[/quote] RO CSVI supports Joomla users import and export in Joomla. You can check the demo of Joomla user import on our [url=https://demo.rolandd.com/administrator/]demo site[/url].

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Hello, Looking more into this, there is an option of getting user login and logout date with user log Joomla table. These details are not possible to get using Joomla User export but you can use [url=https://rolandd.com/documentation/ro-csvi/custom-tables/advanced-custom-table-export]RO CSVI Advanced custom table export[/url] and use tables #__action_logs and #_users table to get login and logout time list. Join these tables using user_id field. Add fields username, message_language_key and log_date as template fields. Create a Skip rule which will skip all rows from #__action_logs which are not of login and logout rows. Apply this rule on message_language_key template field. Run the export. See attached screenshots. Let me know if that helps.

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Hello, [quote]1. Is it possible to import data from one file into several tables? These tables might be a) Joomla User Table and user fields (4 groups) included or [/quote] We do have import operation to import into [url=https://rolandd.com/documentation/ro-csvi/joomla-users/joomla-user-import]Joomla users table[/url] with user custom fields. [quote]b) Custom Tables tables (with 4 different joined tables)[/quote] Our product can import only to single table using [url=https://rolandd.com/documentation/ro-csvi/custom-tables-import]Custom table import[/url]. Import to multiple joined tables is not supported yet. [quote]2. Is it possible to export data from several (joined) tables like explained in situation 1a and/or 1b into a XML (txt) file with extra xml-coded lines between the different records from the leading table and fields?[/quote] Export from joined tables as XML file is possible with [url=https://rolandd.com/documentation/ro-csvi/custom-tables/advanced-custom-table-export]RO CSVI Advanced custom table export[/url]. But i don't understand the extra XML code between lines, can you give an example? What type of values are you trying to include? Are they going to be hardcoded?

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Hello, Please take a look at [url=https://rolandd.com/documentation/ro-csvi/virtuemart/virtuemart-users-info#fields]VirtueMart User fields[/url] document to know about fields used in import and export. You can also search for the available fields in [url=https://rolandd.com/documentation/ro-csvi/virtuemart/available-fields]Available fields for VirtueMart[/url] page to get details on each field. Let me know if that helps.

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What I need is the following: 1. Import users with self-defined (not Joomla defined) user fields in three extra user groups (groups are extra-group-1 2 and 3) directly from csv 2. Export users with some fields from the user table and several fields from one or more of the extra user groups along with the extra XML lines in the header as well as for each user. If both can be done with RO CSVI I am very happy. If this is not possible, then I can tell you that this feature would be very beneficial, because many website developers are eager to have this option in there website. If you are interested and need more information about this, then please let me know. Kind regards, Winfried

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Hello Jeroen, Thank you for sending requested files. Your import preview looks good, the fields in the template i restored seems to have been messed up. [quote]I'm trying to import Hikashop Users (see the customer.csv) When i use a "user_id" field, the user only is added to Joomla, and not to Hikashop. [/quote] RO CSVI finds existing Joomla user by user_email or user_cms_id. user_cms_id is the Joomla user ID. If there is no existing user with the email from import file, a new user is created so with user_email field in your import file a new user is added. You also have user_id field in import file which is the primary key ID value of HikaShop users table. Joomla thinks that the HikaShop user already exists and so tries to update a row which does not exist. You should not be using user_id field in import, those are primary key field and is handled by database. Also you cannot control an auto increment field. Those are handled by database. It is not possible to add a HikaShop user with a specific user_id. Use user_email field and database will handle the auto increment field itself. [quote]I need to use this user_id field because there is also another csv with user specific prices with the same user_id as in the customer.csv [/quote] You can use [url=https://rolandd.com/documentation/ro-csvi/hikashop/hikashop-customer-export]HikaShop Customer export[/url] with user_id field to get the auto increment ID of HikaShop Users table. You can then use that ID for importing the prices.

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Hi all! This is more a request for usage assistance - the Joomla Users import tutorial appears to be missing: https://csvimproved.com/support/tutorials/251-joomla-users I want to be able to import a list of users. If the user doesn't exist, I want to be able to add that user to Joomla. For the purpose of security, I've been creating a random, unguessable password and requiring new users to reset their passwords (because it authenticates through their email address, this is more secure than emailing them their new password). If the user does exist, I *do not* want to change that user's password or require a password reset or inconvenience them at all. Is this possible? If so, how do I go about it? Cheers, Ian

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Hello Didier, I do agree with you that the front-end import has limited value, as this only works if users have a folder on the server where they can upload their file. This is also as RO CSVI comes from the case where it was used to maintain websites by webmasters and not regular users. Perhaps with more limited capabilities, a GUI for front-end upload is possible but even then. One user could upload some records and the next user could overwrite them etc. That is the main fear :) Thank you for the feedback on the other issue. That is definitely a solution as well.

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Hello Niels, Thank you for posting the requested files. I see the issue now. You have the user in database already with email NinaVerharen@ata55.nl and username NinaVerharen but in your import file the email is karinsmits@hotmail.com. RO CSVI selects a user from database using the email address from the import file. If the user with email is already in database then it updates the record and if the email does not exists in database then it inserts a new record. Since the email in your import file and database are different RO CSVI thinks there is no user with email karinsmits@hotmail.com and tries to insert a new record with username NinaVerharen. That is causing the duplicate error. If you want to update an existing user for email address then use [b]id[/b] field in your import file. This way RO CSVI uses id field value and will not look for user in database using email address. Let me know if you have any more questions.

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