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Security settings

Check the Enable security option to supply the generated application with a login page to request user name and password when someone attempts to access your website. PHP Generator for MySQL provides you with the following authorization types:

 

Select this option to incorporate the authorization procedure directly into the PHP code of the generated application.

 

Select this option to authorize a user of the web application by a login/password combination stored in a database table. This kind of authorization also provides support for user self-registration and other email-based features.

 

Select this option to accomplish the authorization by MySQL server.

 

Select this option to use a custom function to check user identity.

 

See also: User permissions, Record-level security

 



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