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The mysqli page restriction doesnt allow the use of access rules like security assist. Is this correct?

Thread began 1/17/2015 4:24 pm by localidiot | Last modified 9/17/2015 1:53 am by Ray Borduin | 266 views | 4 replies |

localidiot

How do i restrict page access based on session variables like security assist does, with mysqli authentication?

How do i restrict page access based on session variables like security assist does, with mysqli authentication?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

MySQLi authentication does not have the capability to restrict based on session values. It is pretty much a binary (logged in / out) system.


We are working on an update to Data Bridge to add MySQLi support that we hope to release this quarter.

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Dave W

Any news on the release of Data Bridge with MySQLi support yet. You did say above you hoped to release it in the first quarter of this year, we are now just about to enter the last quarter!

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Unfortunately our schedule suffered some serious delays when Adobe released CC 2015 and we effectively had to re-engineer much of our product line. We are working on the Data Bridge update, but can't give a release timeline as that just got egg on our face last time we tried.

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Dave W

OK Thanks Ray, I'm sure it will be worth waiting for.

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