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Advanced Cabinet Properties Logout Tab Settings


Cabinet Properties Logout Settings
Cabinet properties Logout Push By settings allows you to perform an action upon logging out of a cabinet that has a defined login form. You can push data to a database via an SQL statement, web service URL such as a PHP or ASP script, or a command line application.

Defining Cabinet Properties Logout Push By SQL Settings
The Push By SQL toggle allows you to send data to an SQL database upon clicking the logout button located in the top right corner of the login details panel, as shown in the image above as a black circle with a line next to the Details label.
The Server Driver is the Java class name for the SQL server driver, com.mysql.jdbc.Driver for example to connect to a mysql database.
The variable Connection URL is the Java connection URL to the database,
jdbc:mysql://192.168.2.1:3306/databasename?user=username&password=passwd&useOldAliasMetadataBehavior=true for example.
The SQL Statement is the SQL INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE statement to execute upon logout, as shown in the image above.


Defining Cabinet Properties Logout Push By URL Settings

Push By URL settings (reference the image above)
The Push By URL toggle allows you to send data to a web service, such as a PHP or ASP script upon logging out of a login form driven cabinet.
The URL field is where you will enter the URL that will be run upon selecting the Details panel Logout button.
The URL must follow the URL encoding standard.


Defining Cabinet Properties Logout Push By Command Settings

Push By Command settings (reference the image above)
The Push By Command toggle allows you to send data to a command line application upon logging out of a login form driven cabinet.
The Command field is where you will enter the command to execute upon clicking the logout button within the Login Details panel.