Screen cast: Changing access permissions for anonymous users
The default code generated by AppGini doesn't allow anonymous users to access any tables. You might want to change that in some cases. This tutorial shows you how to control anonymous permissions.
00:07 The default code generated by AppGini doesn't allow anonymous users to access any tables. You might want to change that in some cases.
00:14 This tutorial shows you how to control anonymous permission.
00:18 This is the current home page for users with no permissions. We’ll login using the admin access, go to the “admin area”, choose “group” then “edit anonymous permissions”.
00:40 This is a list with all tables in your application, the four permissions available in AppGini and check-boxes for each permission you want to grant to this group of users.
00:52 To allow the user to view “Products” and “product categories” tables, all you need to do is to mark the “all” check-box in the “view” column for both tables, [silence] and “save changes”.
01:04 Once you “sign out”, you’ll get back to the home page that appears to anonymous users.
01:11 Now anonymous users can view both tables and access the data as well.
01:16 As you see, the “products” table appears as a child table to the “products categories” table.
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