Watch My Domains SED v4 supports multiple databases for storage. You can select from …
MySQL / Maria DB
Microsoft SQL Server
You can select the database type in config.php.
The Professional editionLicense is required for MS SQL, PostgreSQL or Oracle. The demo / evaluation version supports all databases. However, the application will not be able to access the data if you test or evaluate with Oracle, PostgreSQL or SQL server and then purchase and activate the basic or standard editions.
Watch My Domains SED v4 (beta) has a number of additional options for user administration that are not available in the current version 3.
(The user administration features are available only in standard edition and above)
Allow All Categories
One of the problems in version 3 was that the domain categories had to be individually enabled for each user. The new version has an extra user rights option to enable access to all categories for a user. If you set this option on for any user he/she will have access to all categories including ones that will be created in future.
This option is different from giving the user access to all existing categories by checking the corresponding category name boxes in the ‘categories’ list.
Access levels allow you to prevent certain users from ever accessing data from specific columns. For example, only users who have access level of 5 and above will be able to access columns that have access level 5. It is better to set all your users to access level 0 (minimum access level) by default.
In addition to the above features there are extra user right flags that allow users to download data, make changes to UI, trigger lookups, allow editing categories / auto queries etc.
You can specify an access level (from 0-8) to every domain data column in Watch My Domains SED v4. You can also specify an access level to every user. Columns with level-0 can be accessed by all users, but columns with higher access levels can only be accessed by users with the same or higher access levels.
All administrative users have a default access level of 24, which means they can access all columns. It is possible to use the API to expand the access levels to 32 instead of the default 0-8 supported by the user administration interface.