Displaying a user

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Demo_336_UsrManagement as an exampleSetting up a user managementPagesStart menuCreating touch fieldsDisplaying a user

 

User management:

Displaying a user:

Logging in a user:

Change password:

Logging out:

Plant maintenance:

Plant operation:

Delivery:

 

 

Use the "Displaying a user" menu item to open a dialogue showing all current users in the user management. For privacy reasons this function should only be available to users that have user managment access authority.

 

This function was realised as follows:

 

Click on this symbol BtnSymb_Touchfield in order to open the dialogue for creating a touch field.

Use the "Name" field to allocate a name to the touch field object. In the demo-project "Btn_ShowUsers".

Use the "Access authorization" selection field to select the required password level. In the demo-project "7 - User manager".

The other parameters retain their default values.

Change to the Graphics listGraphics list".

At the top left, beneath the "Graphics library", select the "Project: Graphics\Touchfields" project directory, where the images you need are stored.

In the selection list, double-click on the "Btn_Circle_UsrMan_r.gif" image to specify the image to be used for the touch field in its un-pressed (normal) state.

In the selection list, double-click on the "Btn_Circle_UsrMan_p.gif" to specify the image to be used for the touch field in its pressed state.

Change to the "Functions" registeer.

Click on Btn_OverView to open the list of functions that can be programmed for the touch field.

Open the "User management".

Double-click on the "Show all users".

Click on Btn_Ok to complete the parameterisation of the touch field and to accept the parameters.

 

Hinweis

This function will only list users with an access authority level smaller than that of the current user.

 

In our examples these would be users with an access authority level smaller than "User manager".

 

Hinweis

The dialogue for listing all users is called up directly with the "Show all users" function.

 

 

 

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