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Thread began 4/11/2015 7:12 am by Ron | Last modified 4/13/2015 12:59 pm by Ray Borduin | 482 views | 1 replies |

Ron

Creating a Login pag

Hello,

I've read the documentation and watch some YouTube video's but I am still missing something.

I have created a simple login form with a username and password via DW6

I launch webassist Login Authentication. On the General tab, what is Login Name referring to? is it login form element name I created or the username input tag.

The Find Record tab confuses me a bit. For example is it for a session cookie to remain logged in or is it credentials for the navigator to carry around? Do you have a practical example you can provide?

Thanks. I am new to webassist and there is a learning curve.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The login name can be anything. It allows you to refer to it later so that you can have two separate logins (for instance user and admin).

The find record tab identifies how to find the user login record. The most common case is to find by username and password and bind them to the the username and password fields... but in some cases on intranet sites you may want to only use an email address to allow login, or in extremely secure sites you can use Username, Password, and an additional key of some sort.

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