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  1. nedKelly

    testing for type of access

    additionally, is it possible to ascertain the screen size & orientation (vert/horiz) of a device accessing the database, specifically, a mobile device (tablet/phone) that is accessing via a browser huge thanks again for all your help/insight nedKelly
  2. nedKelly

    testing for type of access

    kris awesome stuff, huge thanks for the reply, hugely helpful nedKelly
  3. nedKelly

    testing for type of access

    awesome, thanks i will take a look
  4. comment apologies for the delay in replying huge thanks for your guidance... when i am ready to import i will test nedKelly
  5. nedKelly

    multi-user timesheet database

    GisMo awesome stuff, thanks for all your help/guidance
  6. nedKelly

    multi-user timesheet database

    GisMo thanks for the additional info, certainly sounds like it is doable a couple of further thoughts/questions i assume that as each specific user has a user ID foreign key, that doing administrative things like enabling/disabling an account, or even if a user changes their name (married/divorced), that it shouldn't be a problem within the standard filemaker security system?
  7. nedKelly

    multi-user timesheet database

    including the ability to limit access to just the records that a user has entered, is it possible to do that so that the data is not available, or will it be showing up with the standard "<no access>"? also possible to have a superUser have access to all records for all users, to modify as required, run reports etc
  8. nedKelly

    multi-user timesheet database

    GisMo thanks for the reply approx 30-50 users, so will deinately be using filemaker server access more than likely via web/filemaker go could all access/secuity be handled by the built-in security tools, or would there need to be some other mechanism for controlling access to the data thanks again nedKelly
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