User management

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Demo_336_UsrManagement as an exampleSetting up a user managementPagesUser management


The user managment page (called "UsrManagement") can be used to create new users and edit existing ones. This page is only necessary if you need the option of managing users at the operator interface. The follwing image objects are the minimum required to realise such a page:


1.An input field for the name of the user to be edited.

2.An input field each for entering and repeating the new password.

3.An output field for the current level of access authority of the user.

4.An input field for the new level of access authority of the user.

5.A button for exiting the user management page.

6.A button for creating a user.

7.A button for saving changes made to a user.

8.A button for deleting the current user.


To make the page layout more appealing, a screen was created as a Gif file for a menu window, where the input fields and buttons are placed.


Click here to display / hide the image.Illustration, background picture of the menu



Due to this, the demo project requires an additional ten image objects for the titles of the above fields and buttons. Since the titles are meant to be multi-lingual, text lists must be used, as they contain a language-dependent output of texts.


As a next step for creating a page for the user log-in, a new page object must be created. For this, click on "PagesHandles screen pages" and then press the short-cut "Ctrl" + "I".


Page properties dialogue / Register basis:



Enter a descriptive name for the page (in our case "UsrManagment".

Define the page number (here: 4).

If required, include the associated page template.

Click on "OK" to create the page.


The Page Editor will now open. Now place the graphics inside the screen template. For instructions on how to integrate this into the page, see cicon2 Inserting graphics into the screen template


Click here to display / hide the image.        Illustration, finished with picture objects



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Kapitelseite Creating input and output fields



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