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Password questions

Wiplinger I want to use the passwords for some pages.
I have some worries and questions about it.

1. If I update my book does for sure remain the same password for the customer?

2. Does the customer always get (for each book) password (example) 512 ?

3. The limitation of passwords is 1000, but I need more. How can I do that?

4. The password generator is good, but could get some enhancements, like `0' and `O' should not be allowed, or better a mask should be used, like:
RW-nn-AA-aa-nA%a   meaning n numeric, A capitalized, a small characters, % special characters like #$@!, all other characters are fix (like in the example above - and RW.

Posted on: 12:20 pm on September 25, 2002
EBookCompiler 1+2 If you don't change the ESBN of the ebook, don't change the number of passwords when updating, and the customer doesn't reformat their disk or something similarly drastic - then yes the password should be the same

3. You are not limited to 1000 customers if you have 1000 passwords.  1000 passwords means that the chance any two customers need the same password is 1 in 1000

If you really want more than 1000 you could always, do new ESBN, generate a new password, and make a slightly different version of the same ebook content.

4.  We don't have masks in Generate.  You could always create an external program or script to generate your passwords in some masked format or whatever into a text file, then use Load to read into the compiler.  It's one line per password in the text file if you do this - best idea is to Save a password list from the compiler, look at the format, and then make your script/program generate the same format.

Posted on: 4:14 pm on September 25, 2002

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