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dynamic pages depend on different privileges ??

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 14, 2011    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

if i have 3 types of users in the system and each user has different privileges found in the index table ( Privileges ) .

when the admin create user account we must determine the type of user , username and password for the new user and depend on user type i can determine the privileges of the user .

if i have change the default privileges of the user .. can you change the structured of the menu at the right of the page when redirect user to this page after login .


Ex :

usertype : admin  has many privileges like add user , add department , add course and others ...   

usertype : dean  has many privileges like  add college report , view course , view personal information and others ....

usertype : teacher has many privileges like add course description , add annual report for teacher and others ...


another question :

if the college contain club and the club has official to mange all tasks about it .. is it better add the official club as independent user type  even if the official club is a college teacher or add the priviliges of the official club to the teacher  so that this priviliges will appear on a page only for the teacher .


wait help as soon as .

thank you 4 all so much .

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