<<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiUsernameVsLoginUsername (r1.8 - 15 Aug 2004 - PeterThoeny)

TWiki Username vs. Login Username

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This section applies only if your UAIWiki is installed on a server that is both authenticated and on an intranet.
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This section applies only if your TWiki is installed on a server that is both authenticated and on an intranet.

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UAIWiki internally manages two usernames: Login username and TWiki username.
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TWiki internally manages two usernames: Login username and TWiki username.

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  • Login username: When you login to the intranet, you use your existing login username, for example pthoeny. This name is normally passed to UAIWiki by the REMOTE_USER environment variable. UAIWiki uses this name internally to log topic changes. Login usernames are maintained by your system administrator.
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  • Login username: When you login to the intranet, you use your existing login username, for example pthoeny. This name is normally passed to TWiki by the REMOTE_USER environment variable. TWiki uses this name internally to log topic changes. Login usernames are maintained by your system administrator.

  • TWiki username: This is your name in WikiNotation, for example PeterThoeny, recorded when you register in TWikiRegistration; doing so also generates your personal home page in the Main web of your TWiki site.

UAIWiki can map the intranet username to the Wiki username automatically, provided that the Login username and Wiki username pair has been entered in the TWikiUsers topic. This happens automatically when you register.

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NOTE: To correctly enter a WikiName - your own or someone else's - be sure to specify the Main web in front of the Wiki username: write Main.WikiUsername or %MAINWEB%.WikiUsername. This assures that the name will be linked automatically to the Main web, where user home pages are stored, even if the text is entered in a different web.
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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiUsernameVsLoginUsername (r1.7 - 30 Jan 2003 - PeterThoeny)

TWiki Username vs. Login Username

This section applies only if your UAIWiki is installed on a server that is both authenticated and on an intranet.

UAIWiki internally manages two usernames: Login username and TWiki username.

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  • Login username: When you login to the intranet, you use your existing login username, ex: pthoeny. This name is normally passed to UAIWiki by the REMOTE_USER environment variable. UAIWiki uses this name internally to log topic changes. Login usernames are maintained by your system administrator.
  • TWiki username: This is your name in WikiNotation, ex: PeterThoeny, recorded when you register in TWikiRegistration; doing so also generates your personal home page in the Main web of your TWiki site.
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  • Login username: When you login to the intranet, you use your existing login username, for example pthoeny. This name is normally passed to UAIWiki by the REMOTE_USER environment variable. UAIWiki uses this name internally to log topic changes. Login usernames are maintained by your system administrator.
  • TWiki username: This is your name in WikiNotation, for example PeterThoeny, recorded when you register in TWikiRegistration; doing so also generates your personal home page in the Main web of your TWiki site.

UAIWiki can map the intranet username to the Wiki username automatically, provided that the Login username and Wiki username pair has been entered in the TWikiUsers topic. This happens automatically when you register.

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NOTE: To correctly enter a WikiName - your own or someone else's - be sure to specify the Main web in front of the Wiki username: write Main.WikiUsername or %MAINWEB%.WikiUsername. This assures that the name will be linked automatically to the UAIWiki.Main web, where user registration pages are stored, even if the text is entered in a different UAIWiki web.
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NOTE: To correctly enter a WikiName - your own or someone else's - be sure to specify the Main web in front of the Wiki username: write Main.WikiUsername or %MAINWEB%.WikiUsername. This assures that the name will be linked automatically to the Main web, where user home pages are stored, even if the text is entered in a different web.

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-- PeterThoeny - 30 Jan 2003
 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiUsernameVsLoginUsername (r1.6 - 29 Aug 2001 - MikeMannix?)

TWiki Username vs. Login Username

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This section only applies to you in case the server where UAIWiki is installed is authenticated and on an Intranet.
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This section applies only if your UAIWiki is installed on a server that is both authenticated and on an intranet.

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UAIWiki manages internally two usernames: Login username and Wiki username.
  • Login username: When you login to the Intranet you use your existing login username, i.e. pthoeny. This name is passed to UAIWiki by the REMOTE_USER environment variable. UAIWiki uses this name internally to log topic changes. Login usernames are maintained by your system administrator.
  • Wiki username: Is your name in WikiNotation, i.e. PeterThoeny. Your WikiName will be created when you register in TWikiRegistration; doing so will also create your personal home page.
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UAIWiki internally manages two usernames: Login username and TWiki username.

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Note: When you refer to a WikiName of a user (your own or somebody else's) be sure to specify the Main web in front of the Wiki username, e.g. write Main.WikiUsername or %MAINWEB%.WikiUsername. This assures that the name will be linked automatically to the UAIWiki.Main web, even if the text is written in a different UAIWiki web.
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  • Login username: When you login to the intranet, you use your existing login username, ex: pthoeny. This name is normally passed to UAIWiki by the REMOTE_USER environment variable. UAIWiki uses this name internally to log topic changes. Login usernames are maintained by your system administrator.
  • TWiki username: This is your name in WikiNotation, ex: PeterThoeny, recorded when you register in TWikiRegistration; doing so also generates your personal home page in the Main web of your TWiki site.

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UAIWiki can map the Intranet username to the Wiki username automatically, provided that the Login username and Wiki username pair has been entered in the TWikiUsers topic. This happens automatically when you register.
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UAIWiki can map the intranet username to the Wiki username automatically, provided that the Login username and Wiki username pair has been entered in the TWikiUsers topic. This happens automatically when you register.

NOTE: To correctly enter a WikiName - your own or someone else's - be sure to specify the Main web in front of the Wiki username: write Main.WikiUsername or %MAINWEB%.WikiUsername. This assures that the name will be linked automatically to the UAIWiki.Main web, where user registration pages are stored, even if the text is entered in a different UAIWiki web.

-- PeterThoeny - 16 May 2001

 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiUsernameVsLoginUsername (r1.5 - 16 Mar 2001 - PeterThoeny)
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TWiki Username vs. Login Username


This section only applies to you in case the server where UAIWiki is installed is authenticated and on an Intranet.

UAIWiki manages internally two usernames: Login username and Wiki username.

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  • Login username: When you login to the Intranet you use your login username, i.e. pthoeny. This name is passed to UAIWiki by the REMOTE_USER environment variable. UAIWiki uses this name internally to log topic changes. Login usernames are maintained by your system administrator.
  • Wiki username: Is your name in WikiNotation, i.e. PeterThoeny. Your WikiName will be created when you register in TWikiRegistration; doing so will also create your personal home page.
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  • Login username: When you login to the Intranet you use your existing login username, i.e. pthoeny. This name is passed to UAIWiki by the REMOTE_USER environment variable. UAIWiki uses this name internally to log topic changes. Login usernames are maintained by your system administrator.
  • Wiki username: Is your name in WikiNotation, i.e. PeterThoeny. Your WikiName will be created when you register in TWikiRegistration; doing so will also create your personal home page.

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Note: When you refer to a WikiName of a user (your own or somebody else's) be sure to specify the Main web in front of the Wiki username, e.g. write Main.WikiUsername or %MAINWEB%.WikiUsername. This assures that the name will be linked automatically to the UAIWiki.Main web, even if the text is written in a different UAIWiki web.
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Note: When you refer to a WikiName of a user (your own or somebody else's) be sure to specify the Main web in front of the Wiki username, e.g. write Main.WikiUsername or %MAINWEB%.WikiUsername. This assures that the name will be linked automatically to the UAIWiki.Main web, even if the text is written in a different UAIWiki web.

UAIWiki can map the Intranet username to the Wiki username automatically, provided that the Login username and Wiki username pair has been entered in the TWikiUsers topic. This happens automatically when you register.

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 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiUsernameVsLoginUsername (r1.4 - 14 Dec 2000 - PeterThoeny)

Note: When you refer to a WikiName of a user (your own or somebody else's) be sure to specify the Main web in front of the Wiki username, e.g. write Main.WikiUsername or %MAINWEB%.WikiUsername. This assures that the name will be linked automatically to the UAIWiki.Main web, even if the text is written in a different UAIWiki web.

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UAIWiki can map the Intranet username to the Wiki username automatically, provided that the Login username and Wiki username pair has been entered in the TWikiUsers topic. This happens automatically when you register.
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UAIWiki can map the Intranet username to the Wiki username automatically, provided that the Login username and Wiki username pair has been entered in the TWikiUsers topic. This happens automatically when you register.

-- PeterThoeny - 02 Nov 2000

 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiUsernameVsLoginUsername (r1.3 - 02 Nov 2000 - PeterThoeny)
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TWiki manages internally two usernames: Login username and Wiki username.
  • Login username: When you login to the Intranet you use your login username, e.g. pthoeny. TWiki uses this name internally to log who changed topics.
  • Wiki username: Is your name in WikiNotation, e.g. PeterThoeny. When you register in TWikiRegistration your WikiName will be created along with your personal home page.
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This section only applies to you in case the server where UAIWiki is installed is authenticated and on an Intranet.

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Note: When you refer to a WikiName of a user (your own or somebody else's) be sure to specify the Main web in front of the Wiki user name, e.g. write it as Main.WikiUsername. This assures that the name will be linked automatically to the TWiki.Main web, even if the text is written in a different Wiki web.
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UAIWiki manages internally two usernames: Login username and Wiki username.
  • Login username: When you login to the Intranet you use your login username, i.e. pthoeny. This name is passed to UAIWiki by the REMOTE_USER environment variable. UAIWiki uses this name internally to log topic changes. Login usernames are maintained by your system administrator.
  • Wiki username: Is your name in WikiNotation, i.e. PeterThoeny. Your WikiName will be created when you register in TWikiRegistration; doing so will also create your personal home page.

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TWiki can map the Intranet username to the Wiki username automatically, provided that the Login username and Wiki username pair has been entered in the TWikiUsers topic. This happens automatically when you register.
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Note: When you refer to a WikiName of a user (your own or somebody else's) be sure to specify the Main web in front of the Wiki username, e.g. write Main.WikiUsername or %MAINWEB%.WikiUsername. This assures that the name will be linked automatically to the UAIWiki.Main web, even if the text is written in a different UAIWiki web.

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UAIWiki can map the Intranet username to the Wiki username automatically, provided that the Login username and Wiki username pair has been entered in the TWikiUsers topic. This happens automatically when you register.

-- PeterThoeny - 02 Nov 2000

 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiUsernameVsLoginUsername (r1.2 - 19 Aug 2000 - PeterThoeny)

TWiki manages internally two usernames: Login username and Wiki username.
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  • Login username: When you login to the Intranet you use your login username, e.g. thoeny. TWiki uses this name internally to log who changed topics.
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  • Login username: When you login to the Intranet you use your login username, e.g. pthoeny. TWiki uses this name internally to log who changed topics.

Note: When you refer to a WikiName of a user (your own or somebody else's) be sure to specify the Main web in front of the Wiki user name, e.g. write it as Main.WikiUsername. This assures that the name will be linked automatically to the TWiki.Main web, even if the text is written in a different Wiki web.

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TWiki can map the Intranet username to the Wiki username automatically, provided that the Login username and Wiki username pair has been entered in the TWikiUsers topic. This happens automatically when you register.
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TWiki can map the Intranet username to the Wiki username automatically, provided that the Login username and Wiki username pair has been entered in the TWikiUsers topic. This happens automatically when you register.

-- PeterThoeny - 21 Apr 2000

 <<O>>  Difference Topic TWikiUsernameVsLoginUsername (r1.1 - 22 Apr 2000 - PeterThoeny)
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TWiki manages internally two usernames: Login username and Wiki username.
  • Login username: When you login to the Intranet you use your login username, e.g. thoeny. TWiki uses this name internally to log who changed topics.
  • Wiki username: Is your name in WikiNotation, e.g. PeterThoeny. When you register in TWikiRegistration your WikiName will be created along with your personal home page.

Note: When you refer to a WikiName of a user (your own or somebody else's) be sure to specify the Main web in front of the Wiki user name, e.g. write it as Main.WikiUsername. This assures that the name will be linked automatically to the TWiki.Main web, even if the text is written in a different Wiki web.

TWiki can map the Intranet username to the Wiki username automatically, provided that the Login username and Wiki username pair has been entered in the TWikiUsers topic. This happens automatically when you register.

-- PeterThoeny - 21 Apr 2000

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