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Hoping you can point me in right direction.  Im struggling on something simple.

Need users to register.
Once registered they make an ENTRY to their profile/account: 

CMEType: multiple choice    |   CMEHours: number   |   Upload: upload file   |   SUBMIT

They can enter as many submissions as they wish which will build in a table.  Im having trouble getting a logged in user to see only their entries once logged in and for the main table to distinguish between users.

Table1:
RecordID: autonumber/unique
Name
Email: username
Password: Password

\Registration works fine but having trouble tying a new submission to thier account.  

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12 hours ago, roattw said:

Hoping you can point me in right direction.  Im struggling on something simple.

Need users to register.
Once registered they make an ENTRY to their profile/account: 

CMEType: multiple choice    |   CMEHours: number   |   Upload: upload file   |   SUBMIT

They can enter as many submissions as they wish which will build in a table.  Im having trouble getting a logged in user to see only their entries once logged in and for the main table to distinguish between users.

Table1:
RecordID: autonumber/unique
Name
Email: username
Password: Password

\Registration works fine but having trouble tying a new submission to thier account.  

Hello roattw,

 

Perhaps you can utilize Caspio Bridge feature named Record-Level-Security.

 

Hope this helps.

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