Password level

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Demo_336_UsrManagement as an exampleSetting up a user managementDialog / Register BasePassword level

 

User name:

Password:

Current user:

Password level:

Confirm password:

Current level:

Automatic log-out:

Number of log:

Password expiry:

Password length:

consists of:

 

 

Use the variable you create under "Password level" to submit the level to be allocated to a user to the user management. The user management accesses this variable with the following functions:

Function:

Action:

Create new user

The source of the level of access rights to be allocated to the user.

Change user

The source of a new level of access rights to be allocated to a user.

In order to open the dialogue for creating a variable, click on Btn_DialogÖffnen2 .

 

The dialogue for creating an analogue variable will pop up.

 

Dlg_AV_PasswordLevel

 

For our example, the variable was called "Usr_Level", and the "Default value" parameter was set to 0. See cicon2 Dialogue / Register Base. The operating type was left at the default value. This means that the variable is set to the lowest level at initialisation.

 

The parameters in the Functions" and "Process connection" registers are irrelevant for the demo project. You need to define a process connection if the <%VARSPS%> are supposed to be able to access the variable content.

 

 

 

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