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How to manually create a user authorization menu using grid/UX ?

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  • How to manually create a user authorization menu using grid/UX ?

    Hi, how to manually create a user authorization menu using grid/UX ?

    Can we export web security component and pages to sql table then manipulate the data? I can't found how to do it. (same ways with export user & group data to sql table) . Thanks

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    Re: How to manually create a user authorization menu using grid/UX ?

    you could base your web security on sql, there are documents and i think genies available for you to do.
    to modify the user you will need use the web security ux/dialog components. i don't think as far as i know you can directly modify the sql backend and all will work smoothly.(even tho' the data is in sql table, i think alpha works with dbf routines so a link table is created and the mechanism is not the one i am well versed in. i just follow the easy route.)
    to create user authentication menu- you can create an ux and put the buttons that call the ux for editing purpose i am sure.
    thanks for reading

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      Re: How to manually create a user authorization menu using grid/UX ?

      Hey, Ferry Marlon is an expert in security. Why not email him?


      marlon.rotty@gmail.com (Marlon is in Semarang.)

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        Re: How to manually create a user authorization menu using grid/UX ?

        Hi Gandhi, Yes I have choose web security in SQL table.
        I have 4 exported table
        - web sec user
        - web sec member
        - web sec group
        - web sec expired

        but I don't have something like websecuritycomponent or websecuritypage table. Yes, I am able to modify user (add/delete/change group) with UX/Grid component, but I can't set component security&page security with UX/Grid component.
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          Re: How to manually create a user authorization menu using grid/UX ?

          Originally posted by Michael1954 View Post
          Hey, Ferry Marlon is an expert in security. Why not email him?


          marlon.rotty@gmail.com (Marlon is in Semarang.)
          Hi Michael, okey I will send a message to him, thanks anyway.

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            Re: How to manually create a user authorization menu using grid/UX ?

            oh, i see. you want an interface where you can assign web security for the pages or the components.
            i have never looked into it in the past, all i did was to change in the web security set up area. it is interesting idea. i will take a look to learn about it. it might end up as cms where you can dictate who gets to see what. interesting.
            thanks for reading

            gandhi

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              Re: How to manually create a user authorization menu using grid/UX ?

              Page and component security and access is controlled by a simple plain text file that is published each and every time you publish anything to your server. If you modify it manually on the live machine it will just get overwritten if you publish something.
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