Electronic signature in form
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Is it manufacturer specific?
My problem is that the file and folders are setup as such:
I had given complete rights to everyone because pretty much everyone requires access to the DB. However, management is concerned about rights to the electronic signature files. If I change the rights to the signature folder - users that call up documents in the DB cannot see the signatures and of course the signatures do not print.
Is there a way to link to the JPEG filessecurely so that the users can view the signatures in the documents within the DB but not have rights to the actual JPEG files?
How to capture a handwritten signature in a form and write it to a table. I found the Topaz systems solution and it's exactly what I need except that it doesn't work with the HP Touchscreen that the database is using.it's tragic - it does everything I want except write the actual signature :-(((
Does anyone have any suggestions as to something I could use? That would work with the HP touchscreen (I have tried posting on the HP forums and got no response) and the Tablet option in Windows
The process that you use to digitally sign a database depends on whether the database uses a Microsoft Office Access 2007 file format, such as an .accdb file, or an earlier format, such as an .mdb file. However, both processes require that you use a security certificate.
I have no idea why it wont work I am making a program that is a Shockwave Flash File dominator, So if I can't even test my program how am I supposed to create it.
Here is the error data,
Problem Event Name: CLR20r3
Problem Signature 01: swf dominator.exe
Problem Signature 02: 188.8.131.52
Problem Signature 03: 4b64c1db
Problem Signature 04: SWF Dominator
Problem Signature 05: 184.108.40.206
Problem Signature 06: 4b64c1db
Problem Signature 07: d
Problem Signature 08: e0
Problem Signature 09: System.InvalidOperationException
OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1033
Also my computer is 64 bit if that makes any difference.
Now what I am expecting to do is I want to let the persons to choose their signatures from their computer so that it should get reflected in the Report Letter Signature Area. I don't want to store the Signature in the database since others may misuse someones signature.
Assume that if we are selecting a image in FORM window and it's getting reflected in Report then once the active form is CLOSED then that signature should not be stored in anywhere of thedatabase and It should also get cleared / erased once the form is CLOSED.
Because the signature is just needed to get reflected in the Report Letter for taking print out purpose and ONLY ONE USER will do this activity but the user may vary on daily basis, so theusers can able to browse their signatures from their pc's.
But my signature does not appear, It is saved as a default.htm. And I am working on a multiuser platform.
I have bitmap images of each user's signature which are stored in a folder on the server where the BE is. The location is stored on a field in the user table; there are 8 records (so 8images) and this doesn't change or increase.
I have these records linked to other tables (records of services rendered) and the images are meant to be viewed on the data entry forms and subsequent reports through an image control.
For some reason, when we use this configuration, the performance of the database become extremely slow and may even come grinding to a halt--stuck. Since there are so few images involved and the images are not large, I am not sure why this is happening.
It seemed like a nice idea to have an electronic signature for each record.
I tried other methods of improving the performance (like a bound phantom form which remains open whenever the database is open). It seems to be the signature configuration.
I should also add that this doesn't seem to occur for me--but I am in a completely different location than the actual db users, using a different server--although the basic setup is the same.
The actual users are the ones reporting the problem. Could it be a server issue?
Would this configuration strongly impact the performace of the database?