Subject Re: [IBO] Hooray, found an error!
Author Jason Wharton
What I do is put the ISC_USERNAME and ISC_PASSWORD environment variables
that appropriate values. Then, in all my apps at designtime I simply leave
them blank. When prompted for a login I hit enter with them still blank and
it works just fine. This way passwords are never in your components at all.

Jason Wharton
CPS - Mesa AZ

----- Original Message -----
From: "Joseph Alba" <jalba@...>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2001 7:05 AM
Subject: Re: [IBO] Hooray, found an error!

> > My logic says that if PasswordRemembered is false, then the password
> should
> > not be saved even when typed into the password property (and if I choose
> to
> If password is not remembered, this means that when the program is
> the password must be typed during login.
> If it is remembered, then the program logs in automatically.
> If your logic is to be followed, then every time you add in a query
> component would you want to retype your password again and again during
> development time? Of course not.
> You are seeing the password because you are still at the development
> When you are about to deliver the program, that's the time you set the
> PasswordRemembered to false. But during the development time, better set
> this to true so you don't have to log in every time you test your program.
> Gets mo?
> Joseph Alba
> jalba@...
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