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access rules

Thread began 9/30/2019 11:31 am by Jamie | Last modified 10/05/2019 12:09 am by Jamie | 29 views | 4 replies

Jamie

access rules

Hi Ray

Am using the pcms2_users table to store backend logins as well as front end member logins.

At the moment, if the user needs access to both front end and back end access, they have to have a separate email login for each and am wondering how I combine so that one login would give access to the relevant people

The backend is accessible only by Admin (UserGroupID=1), Publisher (UserGroupID=11) or Editor (UserGroupID=10)

The front end, at the moment, is only accessible to Members (UserGroupID=12) that are UserActive = 1

Am not sure how I would go about adjusting for this in the SA rules?

Have attached the helpergroupsrulesphp.php file as well as site def if you need it

Cheers

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