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Thread began 10/24/2009 12:16 am by dlovas275157 | Last modified 10/24/2009 2:52 pm by dlovas275157 | 1673 views | 7 replies

dlovas275157

Brian,

Thanks for the response. I have done as you has stated.

I have created session variables for the following:

userLevel
userActivity

I have then created rules as follows:

Rule Name: Admin
Allow if <?php echo $_SESSION['userActivity']; ?> = 1
Allow if <?php echo $_SESSION['userLevel']; ?> = 2

Rule Name: User
Allow if <?php echo $_SESSION['userActivity']; ?> = 1
Allow if <?php echo $_SESSION['userLevel']; ?> = 1

The rules work fine when I just have the userLevel in the conditions, but when I stack the allow if statements to add userActivity they fail to work. Access is denied for all when testing.

Are you not allowed to stack "allow if" statements? If not how should I phrase it.

Thanks.

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