Creating a Public Web Portal for a Progress Rollbase Application. You can expose Rollbase application data through a portal. Rather than logging into the application itself, end users interact with the application through this portal. An anonymous portal allows anyone with the portal link to view any data for which a portal guest has been granted permission. This video demonstrates how to create an anonymous portal.
As part of the Progress Pacific platform, Rollbase provides web-based rapid application development tools that require little to no programming expertise.
You can expose Rollbase application data through a web portal in Rollbase. A web portal is a web application built using the same components as a standard Rollbase application. A visitor without an account for the Rollbase environment can access a portal, either as a guest or as a logged-in portal user. This demonstration shows you how to create a simple web portal for finding and viewing records.
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