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I'm new and question about Groupware roles

Startbeitrag von HERRO WIJNHOLDS ( Va).pcs.crosspost am 18.07.2012 06:46

HI,

I'm new. I use for a long time UniPaaS (> 15 years) but i'm looking for an alternative, so i purchased WinDev 17 last week. After reading the tutorial about "Groupware" i was wondering if it is possible to assign multiple groups to one user.
In our company we distinguish several roles. Each user can have one or more roles. How to implement this in WinDev?

TIA
Herro Wijnholds
The Netherlands



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Antworten:

Herro, welcome

Unfortunately in the WD implementation you can only have one group per user.

This, IMHO, makes the groupware system unusable.
As you say 'Access Rights' should be assigned at a 'job role\function' level with users being able to have one or more roles assigned.
When I started with WD (v5.5) this was a subject of discussion with many people trying to find a work around - to my knowledge unsuccessfully.
Since then additional functionality (add groups and users) has been added but the basic structure AFAIK still remains.

However stick with WD - even if you have to 'roll your own' solution to this.
I also came here from Magic (V9, before it became UniPaaS) and have never looked back.

Like all software WD has its quirks but overall is a fantastic product range that enables development of feature rich applications straight 'out of the box' -- and without any ludicrously priced runtime licenses to purchase.

von DerekT - am 18.07.2012 09:08
I don't use Groupware but am also a Magic programmer (since V3.5) and still work with some clients in 9.4 but use Windev for all my new development and have done so for past several years. It takes a while to get used to but I'm very happy with the switch.

von Steve E. - am 19.07.2012 15:53
On 18/07/2012 5:46 PM, HERRO WIJNHOLDS ( Va) wrote:
> HI,
>
> I'm new. I use for a long time UniPaaS (> 15 years) but i'm looking for an alternative, so i purchased WinDev 17 last week. After reading the tutorial about "Groupware" i was wondering if it is possible to assign multiple groups to one user.
> In our company we distinguish several roles. Each user can have one or more roles. How to implement this in WinDev?
>
> TIA
> Herro Wijnholds
> The Netherlands
>

Gday Herro,
I also came to WinDev from UniPaas and have not regretted my decision
one bit. However, I cannot answer your question re groupware as I am
implmenting my own. But I wanted to make sure you were aware of the
resources that are available. I know there are numerous people in
Netherlands and Belgium that use WinDev.

http://www.wxlive.us is a great resource for English speakers. There
you will find webinar recordings on lots of topics. There is a skype
group, started by users in the USA but with people from around the world
that you might be interested in.

http://27130.foren.mysnip.de/list.php?27131 is a forum that also shows
crossposts from "official" forums such as this. BTW, you have posted in
the WebDev forum. Looking there I can see replies to you.

Anyway, good luck and I hope you can get an answer to your question.
Let me know if I can help.

---
Steve Hodgman
Message forwarded from pcsoft.us.windev

von Steve Hodgman.pcs.crosspost - am 23.07.2012 07:12
Hi Herro Wijnholds,

Iam from the netherlands as well. We have a user group that meets every month in Meer ( Belgium ). I live in the North and have to travel like 270 km to get there but it is worth it, especially if one has a problem

There are some people at these meetings that are like "Goeroes" It is well worth to go to Meer and visit the WDG ( Windev Developers Group)
In several occasions I have had a problem solved in like half an hour, talking to other windev programmers "in person".

regards,
Allard

von Allard - am 23.07.2012 13:54
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