Newb question: what is the standard practice for assigning roles to newly signed-on members. Is it usually manual or is there a way of automatically assigning roles. Being completely new to this, I am confronted by the issue of my site having three different roles that new members could fall into, but am unsure about how to assign each a role. I can't imagine having to go through the process manually if I have thousands of members.
I'm working on a project that requires registration and login. I know that ASP.NET provides login controls to get that job easily done. However, I'd like to implement custom registration and login. I mean my own registration and login forms and my own database. I've researched before posting this topic, but found nothing useful teaching me how to implement those functions. Can you guys tell me the way to implement them using LINQ and VB? OR can you give me the URL of the tutorial teaches exactly what I want?
I am new at ASP.NET and I am having some difficulties. What I have below is a Registration and Login, both in one page. However, when a user is logged in, I would like the registration and login form to be hided. There is a LOGOUT option when the user is logged in.
I want to create a registeration page in asp.net(2.0) without login controls. How it can be done? I have another querry, regarding user details. I want where user information is stored. Can i open that table?
I want to support the following scenarios on my ASP.NET MVC website:First time visitor wants toregister, via facebook connect. I'dlike the user to have an entry in myuser membership table - so I havethem enter a username/password(email gets populated via facebookconnect).Registered user returns to mysite, logged into facebook already.I'd like my site to see they'relogged into facebook already and auto log them into my membershipsystem.Registered user returns to msite, but is not logged intofacebook.
Is it possible to create a login/registration system on my site without using any of the bulit-in stuff from ASP.NET - just like you can do in PHP? I've almost completely forgotten everything I learned about ASP.NET
i got this message when writing code-behind page: Compiler Error Message: BC30506: Handles clause requires a WithEvents variable defined in the containing type or one of its base types. Source Error:
Line 2: Partial Class _DefaultLine 3: Inherits System.Web.UI.PageLine 4: Protected Sub NewUserWizard_CreatedUser(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles NewUserWizard.CreatedUserLine 5: ' Get the UserId of the just-added userLine 6: Dim newUser As MembershipUser = Membership.GetUser(NewUserWizard.UserName) also this from the error list: Error 2 'NewUserWizard' is not declared. It may be inaccessible due to its protection level. C:inetpubwwwrootWebSiteDefault.aspx.vb 6 60 [URL] the create wizard resides in the loginview
I have used .net login control to authenticate user,i have three types of role ,role1,role2 and role3 and i have users and user have different roles.
now my requirement is like as per loggedin user i want to redirect user on particular page as per role.
for example if loggedin user role is role1 than he will redirect default1.aspx for example if loggedin user role is role2 than he will redirect default2.aspx for example if loggedin user role is role3 than he will redirect default3.aspx
and one question if same user may be have more than one role than what should happen???
I got a solution for same than if we are used "loggingin" event than it would be possible but i had placed login control in login view anonymous template because as per my requirement i want that after successfull login user can't see login control on page.thats why i didn't get the login control event on code.
My project has a Guest folder and an admin folder.
Guest has a guest1.aspx page and admin has admin1.aspx page.
Now I am trying to figure out a login control which will check the role of the user and send them to the respective pages accordingly.
The names are not in the database or the active directory...
These names are on the windows 2003 server...
So I need to check from the server if the user exists and what is its role in it.. Suppose there is company which has 10 employees and one administrator.. the company has a server and these employees are on the same domain. So the admin can add that machine to the server or delete it.. now every machine has its username password and domain.. i want my gui to use the same credentials to log into the gui and send them to the respective pages according to the role..
I have created 3 different folders (admin, user, viewer) in my site and each has a different template (masterPage). I created user and roles which are admins, users, and viewers. I assigned each role to a user in .Net administration Tool.
What I need to do is to allow each user to access his page only and deny access to others , except for the admin who can access all pages.
I've built a windows 2003 server at work with SQL server 2008, we normally login to a domain of which I don't have administrator access. Is there a way I can build and use a database of Roles to work with logged in users?
I have a site witl forms authentication using te login control. I altered my sql server, I added a connectionstring and used the connectionstring in both, <rolemanager> and <Membership>. That part of the web.config is listed below.
The problem is that the login control goed to SQLserver to check the users and their passwords, but it goed to the SQLExpress database for the roles.....
As this is registration form, I want server side validation of existing email id .If user entered email id already exist in DB I want to reopen the above modal dialog (automatically) with an error massage Email ID already exist.