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I'll answer my own question here, I got round this by doing the following in our menu form, if you haven't got a single menu form then you may need to do this in all your forms where the user isn't already logged on when the form opens.
right first off an on-logon trigger is required, I used the following:
** Get the connection info
** If userid paramater in formsweb.cfg is set to '@<database>' or
** '@<database> login_screen=true' then this will put <database> into database field
** in default logon form
cn := Get_application_property(CONNECT_STRING);
if instr(cn,' ') > 0
cn := substr(cn,1,instr(cn,' ')-1);
then :global.login_success := 'TRUE';
Also, to deal with the situation where a user decides to click cancel in the logon screen, you need to put the following at the start of your wnfi trigger.
if :global.login_success != 'TRUE'
The easiest is to modify the config section in formsweb.cfg by adding following lines to the specific application section: