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Advice needed re: who registered Who?

Thread began 1/04/2012 2:24 pm by Jon Cunningham | Last modified 1/04/2012 3:59 pm by Jason Byrnes | 332 views | 1 replies |

Jon CunninghamBeta Tester

Advice needed re: who registered Who?

Hi Guys,

Please could you tell me if this is possible and maybe some directions on completing this.

In my database I have two administrators that will register new users. In this example let's say the administrators are Company A and Company B respectfully.

When Company A registers a new user a prefix of say CompA is written to the users ID (CompA101) and CompB would become (CompB102) I understand that the numbers will be incremental only the prefix will change depending on who registers the user. I would be looking to have two admin registration forms, one for Company A and one for Company B.

When a new user logs in I can then do a look up and display details for Company A or B respectfully.

Or would I need to create a new data base table such as instead of adding a prefix

CompanyID
AdminUserID
AdminCompanyUserID

And then make a many to many relationship instead of writing a prefix to the users ID?

Thank you in advance for your time in this matter.

Kind regards

Jonathon

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you will need to have a new column in the users table to mark the user as being registered by CompanyA or CompanyB. Store the corresponding userID for CompanyA or CompanyB in this new column.

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