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Admin or Public view in DataAssist wizard??

Thread began 3/11/2010 1:27 pm by elewis93815 | Last modified 3/11/2010 2:29 pm by Jimmy Wu | 542 views | 1 replies |


Admin or Public view in DataAssist wizard??

Q: We would like to display client information (services/products etc.) and am not sure which DataAssist "Public" view or "Adminstrative" view to use?

Our goal is to list: vendor contact info and 30 clothing lines with each having a line description and a class associated with them.

This site is for a Fashion Mart that lists their vendors. The search results will need to list the vendor contact information and the above listed (maximum) 30 lines, descriptions and classes assoicated with each line. This is not a store so we don't need prices or a cart as a part of this site.

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Jimmy Wu

You would most likely want to use Public view on this. The Administrative view has added functionality on the pages which you do not want the general public to use. If you create a backend for the administrators (the fashion mart people), then you would want to use Administrative view.

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