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Insert Security Assist Registration Form Data To An Additional Table

Thread began 4/30/2013 10:18 pm by Mysite07430650 | Last modified 4/30/2013 10:29 pm by Mysite07430650 | 324 views | 4 replies


Insert Security Assist Registration Form Data To An Additional Table

Hello Jason,

I have two database tables that share similar registration information, security assist being the first and the other being an accounting package. The accounting package requires clients to register before in order to have full access to manage their financial affairs. At present I find that I am having to to duplicate registration information and use security assist created pages to determine and control access levels for clients.

I desperately need to simplify this process by using Security Assist Registration Form as the only registration required for clients, and use insert server behaviour on the Registration page to initially populate the registration user table of the accounting package.

I need to know if this can be done firstly without causing any conflict with Security Assist created pages, and if so, since the data source will come from the Security Assist Registration page, do I need to use the insert single or multiple record server behaviour to accomplish this task?

Thanks in advance.

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