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Thread began 1/30/2013 10:13 am by SPT | Last modified 11/12/2013 3:34 pm by SPT | 2106 views | 17 replies


Hello Jason,

As always, I need your help.

Here is the situation:

The site I'm building has CMS tables as well as additional tables that were created using DataAssist (BTW, I have the latest version of Data Bridge).

I've created the page that inserts a single record into another table. One of the fields of that page is File Manager. All fields are working fine, but when I test the file manager feature, it takes me to 404 page. I couldn't figure out what the problem was until I have realized that the File manager requires me to login into CMS Users table. When I've logged into CMS, the File Manager feature worked fine. But that is not what I need.

So, the problem is, I need to have the File manager to use the Users table that I have created using DataAssist and not the pcms2_users table that was created by CMS. Is there any way to combine them? Should I do that at all? How should I deal with this?

Please advise.

The page is attached.

Thank you in advance.

Best regards,


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