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User level Authentication tutorial question

Thread began 12/16/2010 4:14 am by tone397472 | Last modified 12/16/2010 10:38 am by Jason Byrnes | 856 views | 1 replies |

tone397472

User level Authentication tutorial question

Hi, At page 6 from the User Level Authentication PDF I read under the title
Testing (middle of the page):

1. With the "index" page already open, click F12 on your keyboard to open this page in your default browser.

2. Select login from the top navigation

My question is: What page are we talking about and in what tutorial is it made and what is on it.

The only "index"page I have is the page I had to make to use the Data Assist and Security Assist extension at the beginning. (to let the wizard open).
But this "index" page has nothing on it.

The pages I have are all produced by the earlier named extensions and I made a Denied.php page.

Please some explanation,
Thanks David

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the UserLevel Authentication tutorial is assuming that you are using the SecurityAssist: Solution Recipe Files that are available from the security Assist download center page under the Solution Recipes: Support Files section.


if you are not using the solution recipe files, but are using your own instead, then you will need to modify the directions for this step.


the general gist is to test the login functionality by opening the login page in the browser.

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