Use the URL you received in your registered email account to access the Log In page of ExamDeveloper.
The ExamDeveloper application is configured to run securely using the HTTPS protocol. HTTPS URLs begin with "https://"
A compatibility warning on top of the Log In page appears if your browser is not supported or is only partially supported. This warning message also mentions which browser versions are fully tested for compliance. The warning box looks similar to the image below:
If your browser is not supported, some ExamDeveloper features may not work as expected.
Enter your Username and Password. Then click Log In. You are redirected to the Project Authorization page.
You can return to this page at any time by clicking the Home link in the top right corner of your page.
If you enter a wrong username or password, an error message in red text is displayed and you are unable to proceed further until you make the correct entries. Read about how to recover a forgotten password.
- Once you enter your login credentials, you are asked to enter the answer to the Project Authorization question to proceed further. This is one of the five mandatory question-answer sets you specified on the first login. Read Update Project Authorization for details.
Enter the correct answer in the Answer dialogue box and click one of the following buttons:
- Submit button: Proceed to the ExamDeveloper Home page.
- Cancel button: Return to the login screen.
As it is entered, the Project Authorization answer is hidden from view and appears in the form of a series of asterisks replacing individual characters. These can be made visible if the user needs to check for spelling mistakes, by clicking the SHOW button at the end of the text box.
An error message in red text is displayed if you enter a wrong answer to the authorization question, and you are unable to proceed further unless you enter the correct answer.
In case you have forgotten the answer to the authorization question, click Forgot Answer? link to open the FORGOT AUTHORIZATION ANSWER window. Enter your username in the text box and click Submit. Instructions to set your authorization answer are emailed to your registered email account. See the Retrieve the Answers for the Project Authorization Questions topic for details.
If any script(s) (Sql or Migration page) are not executed when regular (non-admin) users logon to the application, logon is not permitted.
Instead, an error message in red text is displayed as seen below: