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Depending on what you want to do, a separate database called something like Users.fp5 should do the trick. The database would have at least three fields: User_ID, User_Name and User_Password. How you integrate this into your solution depends on the task you want to perform.

Chuck

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How can define the attributes to each user.

For example:

User admin this is the administrator

User guest just to consult the DB

User capture this edit and create records, but just can see some fields, not all.

Wich password it's for default in my DB??

Thanks for your help Chuck

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Basically, once you have set up the Users database, you make it so that somewhere the user has to identify themself before they can gain access to the system. Based on the ID and assuming they enter the correct password, you store this value in a global field, perhaps in your main menu file. Then whenever a user wants to do something, you check this global field and see if they can do that action. If so, you go ahead, and if not you present the user with a dialog box explaining that they don't have privileges to perform that action.

Chuck

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Soriano,

Te aconsejo revises la funcion:

Status(CurrentGroups)

Con esta funcion puedes comprobar a que grupo pertenece el usuario y asi restringir el acceso de la forma que tu quieras. Usa esta funcion en combinacion con un campo global que almacene su resultado.

Espero que esto te sea util,

ZuperZZ

PD. Es agradable escribir por fin en espa

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