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ID: 18653, TUsersCSLite Security Component

by Jackson Gomes Email: Anonymous

TUsersCSLite is the freeware version of our security component TUsersCS.
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For Delphi, Version 7.0  to 7.0 135 downloads
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Size: 1,071,817 bytes
Updated on Thu, 08 Aug 2002 06:30:39 GMT
Originally uploaded on Thu, 01 Aug 2002 21:50:06 GMT
SHA1 Hash: 4AF9A18305446640656E47E22C3BB92A32C6D33C
MD5 Hash: 195D58861F3DE094B5704AFFB9EE8E8E

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TUsersCSLite (Client/Server version) is a component that make simple implement the control of security in programs written in Delphi. With a little configuration at desing time, your application is ready to control the permissions of its users. With TUsersCSLite you do not need to write code for implementing the user's control. You just need to connect it to the TMenu component of your main form and the component take cares of everything for you.

Through the connection with the menu of your application's main form, the TUsersCSLite allows that the security administrator of your application grants permissions to the user for each item in the menu. All the user's permissions are shown in a tree that imitate the menu hierarchy of your application. The administrator just need to click in the desired item to grant or not the user's permissions to this item. When the user starts the application, the component TUsersCSLite will disable or make invisible (in accordance with the profile the users belongs to) the menu items the user do not have permissions.

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