Difference: BulkRegistration (1 vs. 3)

Revision 3
18 Nov 2013 - Main.UnknownUser
Revision 2
19 Nov 2012 - Main.JamesKoll
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META TOPICPARENT name="ManagingUsers"

Bulk Registration

Administrators can use this topic to register (i.e. create logins and user topics) for a group of people in one batch.
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Unlike normal registration the administrator is assumed to have correct e-mail addresses for the users, so no verification is required. Note that the new users are not notified that they have an account. This is so you can prepare and verify the accounts before announcing them. To announce them use the BulkResetPassword feature: this will assign a new random password and notify users.
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Unlike normal registration the administrator is assumed to have correct e-mail addresses for the users, so no verification is required. Note that the new users are not notified that they have an account. This is so you can prepare and verify the accounts before announcing them. To announce them use the BulkResetPassword feature: this will assign a new random password and notify users.
 

Bulk Registration usage

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  Note: this is an administrator job - only admistrators can run this.

If you are administrator, you will take these actions:
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Settings

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  • Use this to define where to log the bulk registration process. It needs to be a topic name in this web.
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  • Use this to define where to log the bulk registration process. It needs to be a topic name in this web.
 
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  • Set this to 1 to make the bulk registration overwrite any existing user topics. By default, existing user topics are left alone.
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  • Set this to 1 to make the bulk registration overwrite any existing user topics. By default, existing user topics are left alone.
 
    • Set OVERWRITEHOMETOPICS = 0

The user table

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Main.UnprocessedRegistrations

 
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