Oliver Thinius <email@example.com> writes:
> logging in with username and password - as such - does not create > "more" work for individuals at HQ, but for IT consultants. It is a > matter of how the "login" database on the web is linked - and > cross-checked - with the membership database. So to say a matter of > programming an interface between the membership files and the Website.
I'd say the main problem with that would be that the membership files
are sitting on a PC at Coates Crescent and the web site lives somewhere
at some ISP's, with no direct link between the two.
Incidentally, the user name/password combination that was posted to the
list was removed from the Archive on the same day, so those of you who
have saved a copy of that message may wish to hang on to it until
RSCDS HQ staff can get the combination changed (whenever, if ever, that
Anselm Lingnau .......................................... firstname.lastname@example.org
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