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One User, Multiple User Levels?

Thread began 3/20/2012 1:48 pm by jgroh96793 | Last modified 3/21/2012 9:33 am by Jason Byrnes | 536 views | 1 replies |


One User, Multiple User Levels?

Hi all,

I have a website that I put together for a childcare. I put together pages for each "classroom" in the childcare and want only certain registered users to be able to access the pages. So as a parent of a 3 year old and registered user, I would have access to the 3 year olds classroom page but no others. However, I have two children in the daycare and in different rooms.

Is there a way to assign registered users to multiple user levels? There are 8-10 "classrooms" and I dont want to create a hundred manual user levels with all the possible combinations. Is there a way to do it?


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the way i would do this is:

create a column in the users table for each class room:


in each of those columns, set the value to 0 if the user does NOT have a child in that room, or 1 if they DO.

in the Authenticate user behavior, on the third step, select each of the room columns to have them stored in session variables

create an authentication rule for each room using the session for the corresponding room and allowing if that session is equal to 1

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