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  1. Madhav permalink
    December 21, 2009

    Excellent Post Richard. Your comments explaining the crucial parts are very helpful. Look forward to your other posts. Please post the code if possible.

  2. Harshal permalink
    April 23, 2010

    Richard Knop,

    Thank You, for this greate Blog, very helpful for beginner’s in zend.
    Very nicely explained. I was beginner before reading this blog but after read this blog i am very comfortable with zend_auth, zend_acl.
    Will you please provide tutorial of zend_dojo_form, zend_ajax _form with image upload facility.

  3. Cage permalink
    June 23, 2010


    Nice Post. Thanks you.

    Is a possible a help.

    I get a error:

    Uncaught exception ‘Zend_Exception’ with message ‘No entry is registered for key ‘auth” in Auth.php(18):
    $auth = Zend_Registry::getInstance()->get(‘auth’);


  4. June 26, 2010

    Well, you probably need to add instance of Zend_Auth to Zend_Registry in the bootstrap file.

  5. Omar Juan permalink
    February 26, 2011

    Hey Richard,

    Thank you for the great post which is helping get started on Zend authentication and authorization. I see you make use of $this->_getTable(‘users’) to get the users model. I am unclear however how it interacts with Zend_Auth_Adapter during the authentication. Care to enlighten me?

  6. February 26, 2011

    @Omar Juan It’s just my own method I defined to make my life easier. It finds and returns an instance of model class.

  7. Mihail Velikov permalink
    July 12, 2011

    Quite a nice article,

  8. Djamel permalink
    June 26, 2013

    you can put a zip of application example plz
    thank you

  9. cany permalink
    November 26, 2013


    wud like to know modifications in module.php and view folder for index.pthml code


  10. cany permalink
    November 26, 2013


    Fatal error: Class ‘Member\Controller\Zend_Registry’ not found in D:\Program Files\Zend\ZendServer\data\apps\http\__default__\MainModule\1.0.0\module\Member\src\Member\Controller\MemberController.php on line 33


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