Users are entities who will access the application after it is created. The OSF creates the admin user (with access privilege to all aspects of the application and to the IDE too) automatically after it is installed. Other users can be created through the OSF IDE or you can develop your own functionaly for this purpose through custom class called
The OSF provides an in-built mechanism to manage user's primary details like username, password, email, name and roles as they are critical to handle security aspect of the application. However, a developer can create more attributes and functionalities to manage user accounts as the application scope demands. This can be achieved by creating a
Profile class (an Application Class) and a corresponding database table.
admin (case-sensitive) is the super user which can access the OSF IDE and can develop, manage and access entire application. This user gets such a right through a default role assigned to it -
Administrator. Neither this username nor its association with the role
Administrator can be modified.
Each user must be assigned a role as it determines the access privilege and the homepage (after signin in) of the concerned user. When you install the OSF, the default role is
Administrator, and it is assigned automatically to the user
admin. Neither this role nor its association with the user
admin can be modified.
Updated on Aug 20, 2016
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