Last post May 02, 2005 12:55 PM by leep2
May 02, 2005 12:55 PM|leep2|LINK
I'm learning how to utilize multiple .ascx controls in a single module, provide UI to access those other controls, and configure custom security roles to allow access to those controls. Most examples I've seen just use a single "other" control with a call
to EditUrl() to get the url to access the control. If I have 5 different action controls, how would I form the Url to reference those different actions?
One question that might help clear a lot up for me is this: Take the UserDefinedTable module as an example. There is a EditUserDefinedTable control and a ManageUserDefinedTable control. In UserDefinedTable.ascx.vb in the ModuleActions property both actions
are added with SecurityAccessLevel.Edit. If I wanted users in one custom Security Role (say UDTAdmins) to be able to Edit and Manage, and users in another custom Security Role (say UDTManagers) to be able to Manage but not Edit, could I set this up? Or would
the two action controls have to be added with different SecurityAccessLevel's in order to do this?
Thanks in advance for any light anyone can shed on this.