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Setting up Security Pages - On Define Group Access

Thread began 11/12/2013 1:12 pm by patricia420978 | Last modified 11/12/2013 1:38 pm by Jason Byrnes | 843 views | 1 replies |


Setting up Security Pages - On Define Group Access

I entered a group name but I can't save until I add at least one member. Where do I find the members to add if I haven't set up GroupIDs and registered users to belong to a group?." At least one member must be set for a group."

I need to set up 3 groups - Girls, AdminMembers, AdminEvents. I would like to have some pages restricted to logged in Girls, those and more restricted to logged in AdminMembers, and some pages restricted to AdminEvents.

Also, I would like to have the Girls access be limited to strictly their own record in the Girls table - GirlID. Please help me understand the workflow in setting this up. I am going around in circles.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the groups manager is used to creates groups of values that can be used in a rule.

lets take the concept of user level authentication as an example.

you may have user levels of:

user: userlevel = 1
admin: userlevel = 2
super admin: userlevel = 3

if you want to create a rule to allow both admins and super admins access, you would create a group that contained the values 2 and 3

then in the rules manager set the comparison to use In Group and select the group that was created with the values 2 and 3 in it.

see the user level authentication tutorial for details:

it was written for security assist 1, but the concept is the same.

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