danpass wrote:Hopefully, MLS does record both the userid and the name of the member that is assigned to the userid.
Looks like most of the concerns I had have been answered except for that one.
RussellHltn wrote:Looks like most of the concerns I had have been answered except for that one.danpass wrote:Hopefully, MLS does record both the userid and the name of the member that is assigned to the userid.
RussellHltn wrote:...The reason for not being allowed to delete these people is that they at some point did some financial transactions and their information needs to be there until that data is purged. ...The newer MLS versions don't allow you to delete.
dprice wrote:Is this something new? I'll try it out tomorrow night when I'm next down to the church to see if "Remove" is does indeed remove.
dprice wrote:And yet -- in MLS 2.7 there is now the "Remove" option that I don't recall seeing before. I haven't used it yet (because I just noticed it after upgrading to 2.7 last week -- it's in the screenshot in danpass' posting on the right side of the "users" page)... Is this something new? I'll try it out tomorrow night when I'm next down to the church to see if "Remove" is does indeed remove.
mkmurray wrote:So the real question is which of the two identifiers is recorded in the logs as a user performs various tasks while using MLS? Can anyone from the MLS team answer this?
wadeburt wrote:Well this thread means I am going to have to rethink everything ! When I was the Technology Specialist, I was responsible for converting the Nashville Tennessee Stake, now the Madison Tennessee Stake, to MLS. I very distinctly remember being told to create positions and move members in and out of those positions rather than adding a member every time a calling is changed.
Looks like it is back to the drawing board for me.....
danpass wrote:If in fact MLS is only logging the username and not the MRN/member (when there is a MRN linked to the username), then I think that changes should be made in MLS to record both pieces of information in its database.
RussellHltn wrote:As pointed out, both pieces of information is not always available. If I remember correctly, there has been counsel for the stake to have a login on the ward machine to be able to use as needed. Obviously the stake person is not going to have a MRN in MLS other then in the home ward.
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