Security :: How To Create Members Log In Section In Aspx Website
Feb 4, 2011
I need to create a membership section in my ASPX website and I was wondering how do I start. It should be a simple member log in section, where they could register, see their profile, and upload documents once they register. Do I need to create a database for that or visual studio 2010 already has some templates included?
What is the best way to set up a members only section where users can edit their personal information, save profile images, view friends, view images, etc...? Would it be best to create a site map for just the members only section? when changing pages within the members only section is the userid passed in a querystring or something separate?
I have searched for an answer to my problem and could not find an answer anywhere.
I am rebuilding a website (converting it to use masterpages, usercontrols, asp.net memberships, etc using asp.net 4.0 C#) that has two different types of users. The problem is, the two different users have different roles ie. customers and employeers. Depending on the role the user is assigned to they will have different things that should be stored in their profile.
For instance a customer would have all the basic elements of a profile, name, address, phone, etc. But it would also have some extra stuff like, a little bit about themselves, their resume, where they went to school, etc. On the other hand an employer would have the basic elements but it would include details such as the position, a description of the position, contact for that position, etc.
Is there any way to have multiple profiles and still use the asp.net sql membership and profile provider?
Our site has a page for maintenance of existing members (e.g. adding / changing roles, etc.)This page currently uses a gridview to show a complete list of all members, based on GetMembers() method to populate it.However, as the number of users has grown to several hundred, it has become difficult to locate a particular user by paging through several pages.Is there a way to narrow down this list, maybe with a filtering textbox, so that as you start typing into that textbox, only members whose name contains the typed characters will show up in the gridview?
I have developed a web application in which i manage details of different companies,,,for that i as admin add companies and their details in my database...right now my role is administrator in my web application
The problem is everytime i have to update company details and other information
I want companies to update their own information...
so how i can create a role and create usernames for companies so that they can login to their individual accounts and update the company information by themselves ?
One important thing of my requirement: One company can have multiple usernames accounts..
I have finally designed the school portal. I am having another challenge now. I have created the recover password page. But when it comes to clicking submit I recive error. How do code this so that the password will be sent to my members email.
I'm trying to create a member section for my website and a non member section. I want the nonmember pages to have access to all the member pages but just not certain features like saving to the database. Is there a way to have the same page for both members and non members but have certain controls like buttons and other things that are only usable to the member that is logged in?
I have an application that has a user Login Control (provided by ASP). I am just now working with the integration of a dataBase created in MS visual studio 2010, to a developed website created in MS visual web developer 2010. My main goal is to create an authentication ticket that enables a user to be able to see a dataBase information only after that user has been successfully authenticated.
Up to now I'm able to see the dataBase when i run the website even if I'm not log-in, how i can create a home page that tells the user to log-in and once that user has successfully log-in it redirects the user to another page where the user can see the database and how I can add information to that dataBase only to specific members
I want to create an interactive website using aspx and ajax, that there will be an option to create chess game room for example and other players will be able to join.
I have 2 Questions:
how can I make that after one player clicks on a button and finish his turn, the other player will be able to do a move. After the first player finish his turn I will change the turn by using the database, but the point is how can I refresh the other player's site so when the other one finish his turn, the turn will come to the second player? When someone creates a room and than close his browser - I need that room to be closed. Shall I use the Session_OnEnd to close the room he opened?
authentication cookie persistance to true on a aspx website,this works great.now I have made an affiliate website (HTML + iframe (same aspx)) and it does not keep my user logged in after closing browser.
they are timing out things for a purpose, what is it?, I tried to create a website with two pages I make a button in default1.aspx wait for 5 minutes. the other page requesting is not affected by that.
Members cannot login when I move a site from development to production. I can see them in a page I made that reads the sql table.I checked the machine config file and the application name is "/" in both development and production. When I open the db in management studio I can only see new ones created during production. What gives, and how can I delete these 'ghost' users and re-create them in production so they can log on?
I'm trying to use the Response.Write() method to dynamically insert content in the < head > section of an aspx page. I need to inject a string value from a property on a code-behind object which is a link to my CSS file. However, it is not being processed properly at run time. The object is public on the class and is hydrated in the Page_Load() event. Down in the body of the page I can successfully inject other properties from the Corpoartion object with no problem at all.Why does this not work in the < head > section?This is the part that does not expand correctly:
We have chosen the asp.net 3.5 on creating our thesis project, building a mall website. Our first step was very simple, we've worked on the layout of the website, building the interface of the home page. and we are about to create some on the back-end part, which is creating a user-level maintenance and store maintenance.
I am working on an application that resides on a development server on our internal network. The application was originally written to use Membership and Roles. We got busy almost a year ago before the app was finished, and now we are trying to get it ready to use internally.
The login page works just fine, but I have lost the ability to controls users and roles. I am running Visual Studio 2010 Professional now on a Windows 7 VM. I can open the application fine but there is no Web Administration Tool available for me to manage users or roles. If I go to Website -> in Visual Studio, there is no option for ASP.NET Configuration in the drop down menu. It simply isn't there.
How can I regain access to manage users and roles for this application? We are using Forms authentication and the database resides on a SQL Server 2005 instance on a separate box from the web server and my local VM.
I really need some help here. I am brand new to using Visual Studio, but need to create a web page in which you must pay to register and view a Members Only page. I have followed a lot of instructions in these forums, but seem to have hit a wall.
First off, I am not able to use the ASP.NET Configuration under the Website tab. I have already created a New Web Site, selecting Visual C#, then the first option for ASP.NET Web Site. I chose File System for Web Location, etc. Long story short, I have made an ASP.NET Web Site with Basic User Login. The Login functionality is absolutely fine, I am able to view the site locally, register, and log in no problem. However, when I try to choose ASP.NET Configuration under the Website tab, nothing happens. From what I gather, I need to use the ASP.NET Configuration in order to configure membership permissions, and therefore need to open this part of the program. In the long run, I would like to make it so that User Logins are sent via e-mail to people who have paid me and that wish to use my site, which brings me to my foreboding second problem.
I eventually need to find a web hosting service that will allow me to do all the things I have described. I was going to go with GoDaddy.com, but after doing a bit of research I realized it may not be the best option for what I am trying to do. However, through research, I have realized that VS 2010 is the best program to use for what I'm doing, but I'm in a bind because of inexperience, thus writing this question in this forum.
Any help making this web site would be greatly appreciated, I am definitely in way over my head. I have worked with computers for the last 10 years, so my inexperience is mainly with ASP programming.
Just to let you know, I have VS 2010, Visual SourceSafe, and SQL Server Express installed on this fully capable machine. What I am really looking for is someone to guide me through the process of creating this website, either through pointing me in the right direction or explaining in detail all the next steps that I must take.
WARNING - Absolute beginner here with VS. I'm expecting a steep learning curve, but I'm up to it! I'm trying to create a website with membership/login. Followed the above walkthrough MANY time, and been very careful with the username and password entered, but I keep getting the message that the loging failed. The asp application name is "Membership" This is the whole thing, automatically created following the walkthrough, apart from adding 2 members - yes, did go to the memberpages folder at the set rules page.
Solution Explorer: Solution 'membership' (1 project) - //localhost/membership/ - App_Data - ASPNETDB.MDF aspnetdb_lpg.LDF - MemberPages web.config - Default.aspx Default.aspx.vb - Login.aspx Login.aspx.vb webconfig aspnet_Membership: (2 members) PasswordFormat = 1 The ApplicationId for the 2 members is different - should it be?..........
I want my codebehind to dump a very large set of JS into the ASPX page. This is required, as I can't use external JS code for this component, and the code is also unique to each customer. Is it possible to do this from codebehind? I know how to set the value of text boxes etc. (.Text/.Value = xxx) but I can't see how I can just 'dump' code straight onto the page.