EMu's security system, including user and group permissions
- System settings, including locale information and file locations
- MIME types for multimedia resources and conversion information for text-based documents
- Mandatory fields
- Lookup List permissions
- Sort options
- Tab order and display
- Languages in use and general language settings
- Unique values
- Order and appearance of tabs in different modes, e.g. New, Search
- Spell checking options
Registry settings are assigned in a module with a user-friendly interface much like that of any other
The Registry module is accessed from the
Note: By default the Registry module is only accessible to a user with an Administrator account, although Administrators can authorise other users to access the Registry module and to add and edit Registry entries.
Similar to the Windows Registry,
On the left is a hierarchical sequence of keys with a value entered on the right. There may be up to ten keys in the hierarchy, although most Registry entries use only the first four or five. The value tells
Although there is only one value for each Key sequence, the value can be a single value, e.g.
true, or it can comprise multiple entries. In the example above, the value is a list of modules that a user can access. In the Registry module, each value is entered one per line.
In the database such multi-value entries are recorded as a string with each value separated by a ; (semicolon) by default:
Almost every operation a user performs in
While there are potentially hundreds of entries to be made in the Registry, for the most part the