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Web Services User Administration

The Web Services User Administration tab allows you create, and modify web services user accounts needed to enable back office integration.

The red arrow indicates a required field. Spaces are not allowed at the beginning or end of any entry.

Web Services User
Select a web services user to work with. To create a web services user, select New Web Services User.
User name
The ID of up to 50 characters that web services uses to log into the HOS application. Web services user names may be an abbreviation (such as JDOE), or a full name (such as JOHN DOE). You can use periods, apostrophes, and hyphens, but no other special characters. You cannot change a user name after you save it.
Full name
The first and last name of a web services user, up to 48 characters.
Depot name

The default depot appears in this field and no other depot can be selected.

Password

Type the password for this web services user account. Password rules:

  • Between eight and thirty-five alphanumeric characters

  • Case sensitive

  • Must contain at least one number, one upper case letter, and one lower case letter

  • Special characters and punctuation marks allowed; quotation marks or brackets cannot be used as the first or last character

  • No spaces allowed at the beginning or end of a password; spaces are allowed between characters
Confirm
Retype the password.

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