On 12/9/05, Flavia Tarzwell (FayeC) <ftarzwell at fayec.com> wrote: > Ok....having a brain melt here...... > Is there a way to define case sensitivity in code? I mean....if someone > registers a username with capital letters (data written to an Access db > - site hosted on a Windows server) and then tries to log in with caps > off....they can't get in... > I thought case sensitivity was determined by the server (UNIX being case > sensitive and Windows not...) > What can I do to make it so that case sensitivity isn't an issue... We need more information. Let's assume you are authenticating with SQL. $sql = "select foo, bar from users where lower(username)=lower('". $username . "')"; That's the basic idea. If you want case insensitivity, then you have to implement it that way. -- Matt Warden Miami University Oxford, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.