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In addition, a file-based database will be created in the App_Data directory of your application, named ASPNETDB.MDF. To view this, click View Server Explorer to open the Server Explorer Window. If you re using VWD, click View Database
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Explorer instead. If you don t already see ASPNETDB.MDF, then within that window, right-click Data Connections and select Add Connections . This will open the Add Connection dialog box, shown in Figure 9-5.
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I ve numbered five of the buttons. Let s take them in order. First, click the button numbered 1 to change the Data Source to the Data File you just created. This will open a new modal dialog (Change Data Source). From the drop-down, choose Microsoft SQL Server Database File, as shown in Figure 9-6. Clicking OK will return you to the Add Connection dialog box. We re up to the button labeled 2. Click the Browse button and navigate to the App_ Data directory for your new application, and then click the mdf file that the WAT created for you. Leave the radio button (hidden in the figure by the Test Connection Succeeded dialog box) set to Use Windows Authentication. Don t be confused; you are allowing Windows Authentication to get to the security database only, not to get to the application you are building. For step 3, click Test Connection. If all is right, the modal dialog box, unfortunately named Microsoft Visual Studio, will open saying that your test connection succeeded. Click the OK button (4), which will return you to the Add Connection button, and you can click OK (5).
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Visual Studio s Server Explorer window (or VWD s Database Explorer) will now show aspnetdb.mdf under DataConnections with a plus sign next to it. Click the plus sign to expand the database, and click the plus sign next to Tables to see all the tables in the Security database created for you, as shown in Figure 9-7.
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You can look at the data in any of these tables by right-clicking the table name and selecting Show Table Data.
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Managing Users Programmatically
You saw how to create users using the WAT. Now you will add users programmatically, from within your web site. Use the web site created previously in this chapter, FormsBasedSecurityWAT. You will add two new pages: a welcome page that displays different information depending on whether the user is logged in, and a login page that allows a user to log in.
Creating user accounts
In a secured web site, before a user can log in, an account for that user must be created. This can be done in the WAT, as you have seen, but accounts can also be created from within the running program. Look at the web site created previously in this chapter, FormsBasedSecurityWAT. Delete Default.aspx by selecting it in the Solution Explorer and pressing the Delete key. Add a new page called CreateAccount.aspx. Make sure the checkbox for Place code in separate file is checked, and the Select master page checkbox is not checked. Switch to Design view and drag a CreateUserWizard control from the Login section of the Toolbox onto the page, as shown in Figure 9-8. The CreateUserWizard control prompts the user for a username, a password (twice), an email address, and a security question and answer. All of this is configurable through the control declaration created in the .aspx file for you, through the Properties window, or more commonly, through the Smart Tag, indicated in Figure 9-8. Click the control and find the ContinueDestinationPageUrl property in the Properties window. Click in the cell next to the property, then on the ellipses ( ) button that appears in that cell. The Select URL dialog box will appear. Choose CreateAccount.aspx that is, the page itself so that you will be brought back to the same page after a new user is created. Set the title of the page by clicking the Design window of the page, finding the Title property in the Properties window, and changing it from Untitled Page to Create User. Finally, set the CreateAccount.aspx as the startup page by right-clicking the page in the Solution Explorer and selecting Set As Start Page. The resulting page is shown in Figure 9-9.
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