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Advice required on how to configure page access

Thread began 7/09/2010 1:55 pm by russell298997 | Last modified 7/12/2010 1:15 pm by Eric Mittman | 525 views | 1 replies |

russell298997

Advice required on how to configure page access

i have three sets of slightly similar pages, one for actors, one for producers, one for agents. each require a log in and this is all done with various session variables created as a result. there is a Grant Access rule for each where ActorID <> Null, ProducerID <> null etc. producers, actors and agetns are all held inseparate tables.

Each of these three pages has an identical actor search form which generates results inactor-results.asp. trouble is this page needs to be access-restricted too. but i cant think how to generate a rule that allows any of the three types to be granted access? i thought it must be possible to have a rule along the lines of Allow if Session Variable Actor ID <> Null OR Producer ID <> Null or AgentID <> Null, but it seems to want to satisfy ALL three criteria?

Is there a way of achieving this? Or any pointers on how I might set it up?

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Eric Mittman

If you have the individual rules already build out then you could just use the three rules on the page individually one after the other. This should make it so anyone in the three groups will have access but not anyone else.

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