eSellerate introduces permissions-based account management
(LINCOLN, NE - USA) – eSellerate today released the permissions manager, a new feature that greatly extends your options for multi-user account management. The permissions manager enables you to allow access for multiple users with varying levels of permissions to manage the same account. You are not only able to define exactly who can gain access to your account, but also what areas of the account they can access.
More information on this feature, along with other updates, follows.
* Introducing the Permissions Manager
* Updated Embedded Web Store SDK for Macintosh
* Coming Next
Introducing the Permissions Manager
The permissions manager allows multiple users with varying levels of permissions to manage the same account.
Notes on this feature:
* As the account administrator, you control who can log in to the account, and the areas each user can access. (You can also allow other people to handle these duties.)
* You can grant permissions for any of the main functional areas shown on the eSellerate Sales Manager home page.
* Permissions allow the user to access all the primary functions of an area. For example, a user with permissions for the “Sales Reports” area can access all of the sales reports.
* Areas that the logged-in user cannot access appear dimmed.
* Permissions can be granted or altered anytime at your discretion and made effective immediately.
To get started with the permissions manager, go to the lower-right corner of the Sales Manager home page and click About Users and Permissions. The page that displays will provide information on the benefits of this feature. When you finish reading the information, click Continue. You will then be able to set up your account to use the permissions manager.
Updated Embedded Web Store SDK for Macintosh
This release of the Embedded Web Store SDK for Macintosh includes updates for the library (libEWS.a) and the eSellerate Engine (EWSMacCompress.tar.gz or EWSMac.framework). The updated SDK is version 126.96.36.199, and it includes the following enhancements and bug fixes:
* Improvements made for downloads on Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard.
* Under certain scenarios, corrupted or older engines were being moved to the user’s Trash when they were replaced by calling eWeb_InstallEngineFromPath in the previous version of the library. This should no longer be an issue if you rebuild with the new library.
* Eliminated some errant log messages being written to the console.
* Elimination of possible memory leaks.
If you currently use this solution, we recommend that you recompile your application with the new SDK, and make the update available to your customers. The new SDK is available for downloading at www.esellerate.net/downloads.
We will be updating our customer records in the coming weeks. This process will allow us to ensure we have all pertinent and current information needed for your account, including the addition of some information needed to ensure payment compliance for non-U.S. payments beginning in 2008.
Over the next few weeks, we will be requiring all account holders to update certain portions of their records. When we need you to update your information, a special page during the login process will provide instructions on how to proceed.
Our other plans include providing even more customizing capabilities very soon.
As always, our support team is available to answer any questions you may have about this release. You can direct your inquiries to email@example.com.
eSellerate is a leading software commerce provider focused on providing the tools and solutions for software publishers and other digital goods providers engaging in digital distribution and sales strategies. The company’s comprehensive platforms offer groundbreaking solutions to thousands of software companies throughout the world. For more details about eSellerate, visit the web site at www.esellerate.net.
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