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Data Assist, Security Assist or some combination?

Thread began 4/20/2009 12:03 pm by biz295654 | Last modified 7/29/2009 9:44 am by biz295654 | 2326 views | 6 replies


Data Assist, Security Assist or some combination?

The more I try to think this through, the more confused I'm getting.

I have Data Assist, and can use it successfully. Does all it should do.

I have Security Assist and am in learning mode. I have successfully set up a user system, level of access, log in, send email if one forgets a password, and can set page access to certain settings.

I've read and reread all the help files, watched the videos etc.

BUT, I think I need to combine these two to get to where I need to go, but the fog hasn't lifted yet. I think I'm missing a basic concept.

I want to establish user-specific pages. A login system that after the person is logged in, he/she can review database information specific to only their records.

Reading some of the posts in SA area, it has occurred to me that instead of trying to use SA for this project, that DA is what I should be doing, using SA for only when they forget their user password.

If someone can take this down to the lowest "dummy" level and point me in the right direction, I'd so appreciate it.

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