User Maintenance System
The client had
various applications and modules within these applications that
needed to have regulated access. Maintaining the access to these
users in each application was becoming difficult. This was also
affecting the single user id/password capability that the client
wanted to implement across all applications. It was decided that
a single user maintenance application that would be accessed by
application administrators would solve the problem.
that was provided to the client had the following features:
Single User ID: Maintains a single list of users that
is provided to the various applications/modules that authenticate.
Manage multiple application users: Allows the administrators
manage users to applications such as order entry, CRM, Product manager
and other applications.
Manage roles and groups: Allows administrators to
manage roles and groups within applications and also assign users
to these roles and groups.
Manage application parameters: Allows the admin users
in applications such as sales reporting to set targets, commissions
and other parameters on a periodic basis.
Ease of use: The application is easy to use, intuitive
used: Jakarta-Tomcat , Oracle, Java technology components
such as JDBC, JSP and Servlets.