It is good practice to name the platforms something meaningful. If you
then go into NSL and look for the logins you will see real names rather
than "1" or "2".

I tend to use things like

SetPlat "ApplicationNameAdmin"
SetPlat "ApplicationNameUser"

Dave

On 29/01/2013 12:34, cemlopez wrote:
>
> fschmaering;224576 Wrote:
>> When you say two different login forms you can you SetPlat to use the
>> Logins.
>>
>> Dialog
>> Title "LoginForm1"
>> Class "#32770"
>> EndDialog
>>
>> SetPlat "LoginForm1"
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Dialog
>> Title "LoginForm2"
>> Class "#32770"
>> EndDialog
>>
>> SetPlat "LoginForm2"

>
>
> They are two different web forms , but I think it should be the same,
> shouldn't it?
> I've tried SetPlat "1" for the first one, and SetPlat "2" for the
> second. 1 and 2 are just strings I'm using as the credentials set name.
> Is it correct to do it that way, or must I link to something more
> "close" to the web page?
>
> Thanks
>
>