how can i make my aggregate server private to only users i want.
lets say the have to login to view or download data
upgrade to aggregate 1.0 beta 3.
···On Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 08:30, Gichure wrote: > hello > how can i make my aggregate server private to only users i want. > lets say the have to login to view or download data > > -- > Gichure Paul > Regards. > > > -- > Post: firstname.lastname@example.org > Unsubscribe: email@example.com > Options: http://groups.google.com/group/opendatakit?hl=en >
To expand a little bit on what Yaw said we are adding this
functionality to Aggregate 1.0 which is still in beta 3 (which means
don't count on it in a production setting). However we do need people
to help us test it so if aren't in a middle of a deployment upgrade
and help us test.
If you previously had a 0.9.x instance of Aggregate the new 1.0 is
incompatible. We are working on a migration tool that will move the
data for you and that will be out at the end of the summer when we
release Aggregate 1.0.
Additionally, if you are technology inclined you can follow the
instructions to get a copy of Aggregate source code and modify the
code to restrict users. We tried to make it easy by creating one
function to handle the login. In ServletUtilBase the is a function at
approximately line 105 called verifycredentials. You can add an if
statement to check the user name is one u specify. This is a quick
coding solution to tide people over until the final version of 1.0 is
If you are starting from scratch though I would recommend using
Aggregate 1.0 beta 3 (unless you are doing a critical deployment as we
need more time to test).