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I want to create a registration/login module in using C#. should i use vs2010 default CreateUserWizard/Login control or customize it by writing own code. Is it possible to add fileds in createuserwizard? Which one is better? or other way to register/login module? How many ways to make register/login module? Which one usually used in real world? I want to develop it for web application.
Posted 30-Jan-13 2:32am
Updated 30-Jan-13 2:34am
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Solution 1

Lots of site use that, others use custom, some use jquery plugins. You really just have to find what you are most comfortable with.
Shafiqur Rahman, Banladesh 30-Jan-13 8:45am
Is is possible to customize Login control of vs2010? such as adding more option in createuserwizard. Actually I am new.
ryanb31 30-Jan-13 8:50am
I have not used it before, but I would imagine it is pretty flexible.
kshitij_CodeMaster 30-Jan-13 8:54am
creating ur own login n register page will help u understand basic process of login and authentication along with code levels of details tat u should knw abt.
first try and after it if u face any problem ... post here then buddy :)
Marcus Kramer 30-Jan-13 9:12am
My 5.
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Solution 3

How about mix them both.
I use the Login Control to check against Active Directory and then use custom code to check in my database to find out if user is admin, guest, or user.

Try the below link to understand the ASP.NET Login Control[^]
And for the custom code in the CodeBehind file try the below link
Code for checking username and password[^]

Hope this helps
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I fully agree with kshitij_CodeMaster...create your own login and register page and yes it will seriously help you understand the background of the login page...Read the article[^] will also help you creating your login page. code also work in
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Solution 5

Yes, I would recommend to use default CreateUserWizar/Login Control. You can have template within the login/registration control and apply your own design formats. You can extend default role providers & security settings too. I have used it for many years and in many projects. Its cool and secured based on your implementation.

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