Difference: 0LASubrUtilSwitchUser (1 vs. 5)

Revision 52014-01-28 - GaryRogers

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META TOPICPARENT name="APPXRuntimeSubroutineAPI"

.UTIL SWITCH USER

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  This subroutine changes to a different user. The change, if successful, is immediate and all subsequent processes will execute under the new user id. All parameters are required, if any are missing the subroutine will CANCEL.
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<user_id> is the O/S User Id you want to switch to (Required). Note that this is not the 3 character Appx user id, but the O/S User Id.
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<user_id> is the User Id you want to switch to (Required). Note that this is not the 3 character Appx user id, but the User Id entered in the O/S Login ID column for users.
  <aux_password> is the auxiliary password for this user (Required). You can set this password in Appx System Administration / Security / Users, then use the 'Change Aux Password' option. This password cannot be blank.

Revision 42013-05-02 - JeanNeron

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META TOPICPARENT name="APPXRuntimeSubroutineAPI"

.UTIL SWITCH USER

Revision 32012-02-21 - JeanNeron

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META TOPICPARENT name="APPXRuntimeSubroutineAPI"

.UTIL SWITCH USER

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Usage:

      PASS         <user_id>                  FIELD            SHARE? N

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PASS <aux-password> FIELD SHARE? N
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PASS <aux_password> FIELD SHARE? N
  GOSUB --- .UTIL SWITCH USER
    • Check for errors IF --- .UTIL SWITCH USER NE

Revision 22012-02-21 - JeanNeron

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META TOPICPARENT name="APPXRuntimeSubroutineAPI"
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.CLIENT SWITCH USER

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.UTIL SWITCH USER

  This subroutine changes to a different user.
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Usage:

      PASS         <user_id>                  FIELD            SHARE? N
      PASS         <aux-password>             FIELD            SHARE? N

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GOSUB --- .CLIENT SWITCH USER
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GOSUB --- .UTIL SWITCH USER
 
    • Check for errors
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IF --- .CLIENT SWITCH USER NE
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IF --- .UTIL SWITCH USER NE
 

Description:

This subroutine changes to a different user. The change, if successful, is immediate and all subsequent processes will execute under the new user id. All parameters are required, if any are missing the subroutine will CANCEL.

Changed:
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<user_id> is the O/S User Id you want to switch to (Required). Note that this is not the 3 characater Appx user id, but the O/S User Id.
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<user_id> is the O/S User Id you want to switch to (Required). Note that this is not the 3 character Appx user id, but the O/S User Id.
  <aux_password> is the auxiliary password for this user (Required). You can set this password in Appx System Administration / Security / Users, then use the 'Change Aux Password' option. This password cannot be blank.
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META TOPICMOVED by="JeanNeron" date="1329857774" from="Main.0LASubrClientSwitchUser" to="Main.0LASubrUtilSwitchUser"

Revision 12012-02-21 - JeanNeron

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META TOPICPARENT name="APPXRuntimeSubroutineAPI"

.CLIENT SWITCH USER

This subroutine changes to a different user.


Usage:

      PASS         <user_id>                  FIELD            SHARE? N
      PASS         <aux-password>             FIELD            SHARE? N
      GOSUB    --- .CLIENT SWITCH USER
      *        Check for errors
      IF       --- .CLIENT SWITCH USER        NE

Description:

This subroutine changes to a different user. The change, if successful, is immediate and all subsequent processes will execute under the new user id. All parameters are required, if any are missing the subroutine will CANCEL.

<user_id> is the O/S User Id you want to switch to (Required). Note that this is not the 3 characater Appx user id, but the O/S User Id.

<aux_password> is the auxiliary password for this user (Required). You can set this password in Appx System Administration / Security / Users, then use the 'Change Aux Password' option. This password cannot be blank.

The <aux_password> does not have to be the same as the user's O/S password (if they have one), however if it is different, the user will not be able to use the 'New Session' or Alt-F1 key combination to open a new session to the same server. It will fail because the passwords don't match, and they will have to manually log in.

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