CheckESign is a built-in function that prompts the run-time user to electronically sign an event by entering their username and password. You can call this function to secure scripts and expressions, just as you can select the E-Sign option in object properties to secure screen objects and animations.
|Function||Group||Execution||Windows||Embedded||Thin Client||Mobile Access|
- The security level (from 0 to 255, Runtime only) to which the user must have access in order to sign. For more information, see About security access levels.
This parameter is optional; if no value is specified, the default value is 0.
|0||Username and/or password not accepted, or the user does not have access to the specified level.|
|1||Username and password accepted. The event is saved in the event history with the user’s signature.|
Calling this function displays a dialog box on the client, where the user must enter their username and password.
Users and groups are managed in the project security system. For more information, see Project Security.