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SECATT to create a composite role

hello,

until now i was using secatt with succes to create composite roles.

but i now have to create composite roles with a lot of included simples roles.

and i have this problem : when i try to add more than 11 simples rôles to my composites roles, it doesn't works.

i think it's problem related to scrolling but i cannot see how to resolve it.

thanks for your help

best regards

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2009 at 03:02 PM

    > hello,

    >

    > until now i was using secatt with succes to create composite roles.

    >

    > but i now have to create composite roles with a lot of included simples roles.

    >

    > and i have this problem : when i try to add more than 11 simples rôles to my composites roles, it doesn't works.

    >

    > i think it's problem related to scrolling but i cannot see how to resolve it.

    >

    > thanks for your help

    >

    > best regards

    SECATT reads your source file sequentially, one line at a time. Design your script to read each line with the name of the composite role then on the same line the simple role that needs to be added. With this design you can add 1 or 20 simple roles on a composite role. You might need two scripts to make it simpler, one to create the composite role and the other to add the simple role to the composite.

    Good luck!

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  • Posted on Aug 25, 2009 at 02:41 PM

    What is the problem with scrolling? Have you recorded a certain amount of scrolling in your script?

    If you don't record the page down's then it won't give you the space to add the additional single roles.

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      > > Avoiding composite roles in all but very limited circumstances is a better bet altogether!

      >

      > That's also a matter of taste in my opinion. Wanna start a discussion thread about composites?

      I might do when I have a bit of time 😉

      It's an emotive subject........

      Maybe I'll give it a go tonight

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