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Every user has their own page

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    Now experimenting with giving every user their own page (s) 'work space' that will present what is relevant just to them.  

    Practically the sequence is:  there is a templated page with extensions in.  When a user launches that page, 'somehow' DNN knows to populate it with content meant just for that user.  Which the user can then interact with normally, save, search, edit etc.

    If that was done using permissions alone, then every user would need their own dedicated page, plus a lot of admin to manage the permissions.

    Any suggestions for a good way forward would be most helpful?



    New Member

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      In Champery (DNN-Connect ) Peter Schotman had a session about this. He created a SAAS solution that works similar. peter (a) 40fingers.net

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        will track that down..

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          if you just need a module with HTML content and maybe a few form values, you may use a module like Form&List, limit it to just a single entry per user and allow each user to edit his own content only.
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