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Multiple Logins, One Site

Thread began 6/19/2018 2:21 pm by vernon webb | Last modified 6/19/2018 4:11 pm by Ray Borduin | 115 views | 3 replies |

vernon webb

Multiple Logins, One Site

OK so I am trying to secure the site now. As you know I have two areas that need securing based on the log of the user, one being a client and the other an admin. I'm not really sure how to use the server behavior to do that. If I go to the Webassist > SecuirtyAssit > Secure Page in the client area it thinks I'm not logged in. It does work on the admin side though.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You could do it any number of ways. It depends on your database structure and user experience you want to support. I usually use a single table with a user group column that identifies the type of user. I save the user group in the session on login and then I can create a security assist rule checking the group before giving access to administrative pages.

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vernon webb

I, naturally, don't have it set up like that. They each have their own table.

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vernon webb

I figured it out. Thanks

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