You can configure limits and restrictions on what users can do when connected to SuperWEB2.
Concurrent User Limits
You can configure concurrent user limits to restrict the number of users from a particular SuperADMIN user group who can be logged in at any one time.
For example, if you have enabled guest access, you might want to limit the number of guest users who can be logged in at once.
Saved Table Limits
You can restrict the number of saved tables that users can have at any one time. If users exceed their limit they will have to delete some existing tables before they can save any more.
User Query Limits
You can set limits on the size of tables that users can create. For example you can restrict the number of fields users can add to a table, and the number of rows and columns they can have in a table.
You may wish to allow users to access SuperWEB2 without logging in (referred to as guest access).
When guest access is enabled, users can access SuperWEB2 by clicking the guest login link on the login screen, or by visiting a special URL that bypasses the login screen altogether and takes them straight to SuperWEB2.
Learn how to...
- Enable or disable guest access.
- Create URLs for direct access to a specific table or dataset.
- Prevent guest users from creating large tables.
Control Which Fields Can be Added to or Removed from Tables
There are a number of options you can configure to control what fields can be added to or removed from a table.
Field Exclusion Rules
You can use the field exclusion rules to limit the number of fields from a defined group that can be added to the table at any one time. This feature is typically used to restrict the number of sub-state geographies that can be added into a table at the one time.
It is possible to configure certain fields so that they are automatically added to all new tables by default.
If you wish, you can also make these fields mandatory. In this case it will not be possible for users to remove the fields from that table.