Re: A read only user - 09-21-2009 , 11:17 AM
Users only need enter a password once for a set of files, so it seems
you are more looking for a solution on your (developer) side. Opening
20 files and setting a new account (set to the default read-only
privilege set), would probably only take you about 15 minutes to set up,
and you would hopefully not have to do it again.
There is also a third-party tool available, called 'Security
Andrea Crotti wrote:
Re: A read only user - 09-21-2009 , 11:36 AM
"Remi-Noel Menegaux" <rnmenegaux AT free.fr> writes:
my self as a read only user...
Should be in "open" or "open remote" in the script editor, could that be
Re: A read only user - 09-21-2009 , 03:32 PM
Howard Schlossberg <howard (AT) nospam (DOT) fmprosolutions.com> writes:
really hate this kind of stupid non scalable solutions.
I even hated to do the opener.fp7, unfortunately filemaker is really not
good for *nix style people...
Interesting the link but 200$ for that is really too much, I will find
Re: A read only user - 09-30-2009 , 04:12 AM
Ok the read only user apparently would only need to use a couple of
files (for now).
So it would not be a problem to set it up correctly...
But what if those read only files have dependencies on other files?
They must be also open and if I don't set permission control he gets
read write access right?