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    Authorizing Scheduled Services (C-Web Interface)

    You can configure an authorization plug-in to authorize a scheduled service in the following ways:

    1. Defining an Authorization Plug-In for a Scheduled Service in the Global Configuration (C-Web Interface)
    2. Defining an Authorization Plug-In for a Scheduled Service in the Service Scope (C-Web Interface)

    Defining an Authorization Plug-In for a Scheduled Service in the Global Configuration (C-Web Interface)

    To define an authorization plug-in for a scheduled service in the global configuration:

    1. Click Configure, and expand Services>Global.

      The Global pane appears.

    2. Click the specified Service.

      The Service: <name> pane appears.

    3. In the Authorization Plug In box, select the name of the authorization plug-in that will authorize the schedule for this service. For example, select scheduleAuth in the Suggested values box, and click the right arrow to move it to the Selected values box.
    4. Click Apply.

    Defining an Authorization Plug-In for a Scheduled Service in the Service Scope (C-Web Interface)

    To define an authorization plug-in for a scheduled service in the service scope:

    1. Click Configure, and expand Services and the specified scope.
    2. Click the specified service.

      The Service:<name> pane appears.

    3. In the Authorization Plug In box, select the name of the authorization plug-in that will authorize the schedule for this service. For example, select scheduleAuth in the Suggested values box, and click the right arrow to move it to the Selected values box.
    4. Click Apply.
     

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    Modified: 2009-12-18