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Database server authorization

This kind of authorization means that each user in your application should correspond to a user at the database server. To allow access without entering a password, you need to create an additional user account at the database server and specify its username/password in the corresponding fields.

 

 

User permissions should also be managed with the server facilities (GRANT and REVOKE statements). You can align user interface to real permissions granted at the server side with the OnGetCustomPagePermissions event.



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