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Thread began 10/04/2012 2:23 pm by thehalpeen319342 | Last modified 10/18/2012 2:50 pm by thehalpeen319342 | 1901 views | 21 replies

thehalpeen319342

Security Assist - Authenticate User

Dear Jason, I’m following on from my posts above where I am preparing a simple on-line directory with restricted access. At the moment, I cannot figure out ‘Security Assist-Authenticate User’.
I can use Dreamweaver’s Insert Data Objects to easily set-up the login form (see login_Dreamweaver.jpg)
I can use Dreamweaver to restrict access to pages – (see Restrict_Access_Dreamweaver,jpg)
But if I use Security Assist – well it seems more complicated. And the worst thing is you can’t mix and match – ie set-up the Login pages with Security Assist and the ‘restrict access pages’ with Dreamweaver .
When I use Web Assist, I can set-up the login page - see attached ‘Web Assist Authenticate User.doc’. However, I have no idea what to do with the restrict access page – see attached ‘WA-Access Page.jpg. – How do I set-up rules? When I click the help button, nothing appears in the browser.
Just to note, I have successfully set-up the log-in page created with Form Builder, and assigned Security Assist log-in behaviours – everything is connecting to the database and working . However, I am unable/ don’t know how, to create any rules in relation to Page Access.

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Web Assist Authenticate User.pdf

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