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if your screen are only accessible to authenticated users what is required to allow a user to access your application in outsystem.

So we need to create a new user in user application or in the service center?

Solution

Hi Avinash,

If I understand your question well then,

set role to user you want to provide access with.

Hope it helps you.

Regards,

Ajit Kurane.

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Hi Avinash,

As Daniel already mentioned, a quick google search or search on the forum before making a post would speed up your development, rather than having to wait for an answer here.

Other good places to start are:
https://www.outsystems.com/training/paths/18/becoming-a-reactive-web-developer/

and
https://www.outsystems.com/training/courses/131/role-based-security/

These should answer your question

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Hi Avinash,

In addition to the information already provided by my colleagues and to answer your question, you'll need to understand the two types of users that exists in OutSystems and how you can manage them. 

In short:

IT Users are users like developers or administrators that need to access Service Studio, Service Center or Lifetime. These users can be managed in Lifetime --> User Management (not in Service Center)

End Users are application users that need to access OutSystems applications that exist in your environment. These users can be managed in the Users application.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Nordin

Solution

Hi Avinash,

If I understand your question well then,

set role to user you want to provide access with.

Hope it helps you.

Regards,

Ajit Kurane.

mvp_badge
MVP
Solution
mvp_badge
MVP
Solution

Hi Avinash,

As Daniel already mentioned, a quick google search or search on the forum before making a post would speed up your development, rather than having to wait for an answer here.

Other good places to start are:
https://www.outsystems.com/training/paths/18/becoming-a-reactive-web-developer/

and
https://www.outsystems.com/training/courses/131/role-based-security/

These should answer your question

mvp_badge
MVP
Solution

Hi Avinash,

In addition to the information already provided by my colleagues and to answer your question, you'll need to understand the two types of users that exists in OutSystems and how you can manage them. 

In short:

IT Users are users like developers or administrators that need to access Service Studio, Service Center or Lifetime. These users can be managed in Lifetime --> User Management (not in Service Center)

End Users are application users that need to access OutSystems applications that exist in your environment. These users can be managed in the Users application.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Nordin

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