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  • Blog Post: More about Using CRM security in ASP pages

    I have previously discussed that access to buttons can be controlled by the 4 & 5 parameter of the CRM.Button() method used in Classic ASP. The entity referenced in the 4th param has to be an entity normally covered by security. The example covered in the previous example discusses whether or...
  • Blog Post: Integration with External Systems and the Synchronization of Application Data

    Introduction Sage CRM is integration-ready straight out of the box. It can integrate quickly with Sage BMS products, as well as other external applications through secure, standards-based web services and APIs. In this article I want to discuss the different approaches that can be taken by a developer...
  • Blog Post: Field Level Security and Create Scripts

    The control of field level security can be found against each field listed under the Field tab in the customization area. Administration | Customization | TableName We know from the documentation that the field security interface provides a simple code-free approach for administrators to define how users...
  • Blog Post: Using CRM security in ASP pages

    Access to buttons can be controlled by the 4 & 5 parameter of the CRM.Button() method. The entity referenced in the 4th param has to be an entity normally covered by security. (This can also be a custom top level entity) The 5th parameter can be INSERT VIEW EDIT DELETE var strNewCompanySecurityButton...
  • Blog Post: Guarding Access to Buttons Built in ASP Pages

    Imagine that you have created a new page that lists data from either Sage CRM or an external system. It maybe that you have classified your users into two types. The first can only view the data, so the actions buttons should be hidden, but the second user type should be able to access the buttons and...
  • Blog Post: Cleansing data submitted by users in the COM API

    Securing web applications can be tricky. One surefire way securing the system is to lock it in a box, where no-one can switch it on, much less enter data into it. Unfortunately, this is not the making of a useful CRM system. In Sage CRM 2017 R2, we’ve added a new feature that should allow partners...