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    Hi there

    I am building a small web application. I have two types of users, Client and Provider. Can I setup two different logon pages? one for client and another one for provider? The reason is that client - using email/password to logon. Provider - using registration number, type and password to logon.

    How do I do that?

    thanks

    Chun

  • #2
    Re: Security

    You can setup a manual link to call the correct page/app

    if (provider) {
    sc_link(provider_app, ...);
    }
    else {
    sc_link(client_app, ...)
    }

    Regards,
    Scott.

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    • #3
      Re: Security

      So, I need to create two app, client and provider. Then how do I link them to the security? I thought that the security uses wizard to setup login page. In the security - I select table and columns to setup the login page.

      thanks

      Chun

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      • #4
        Re: Security

        If you do not want to create 2 apps, my misunderstanding, then simply hide the controls that you do not want to see on the screen based on a variable:

        sc_field_display
        sc_btn_display

        or an entire page/block using: sc_block_display

        Regards,
        Scott.


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        • #5
          Re: Security

          hi

          I would like to have more information regarding the security.

          Based on my understanding, I can build the security from the file->new modules->security. I use the wizard to build the security form applications.
          or I can use the control application to build my security login page. If I use the control app to build my login page, I won't have the wizard to guide me to build the security. I will need to configure the security by myself.

          thanks

          Chun

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          • #6
            Re: Security

            pls ignore my previous post. I figured it out.

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