i have used createuserwizard control in my project (v.s 2010 ) using c# and i want to do some modifications like i have to set user roles automatically while registering,
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How can I show a custom error message in CreateUserWizard ErrorMessage Control?
I check some custom rules in CreateUserWizard CreatingUser event and if not passed I want to show an error message in CreateUserWizard ErrorMessage control. I tried to set Text property of ErrorMessage control and set the Visible property to true but didn't work. I use template in CreateUserWizard.
I'm using a CreateUserWizard do add users to a web app. Everything is working great, but on thing... the Complete Step :-/
I don't need that extra step, and more, i'm using this control as an option where the administrator of the application adds his trusted users to the site. So, its part of a web form that has a list of users on one side and the CreateUserWizard on the other.
What i tried to do, and was unsuccessful, was to change the ActiveStepIndex back to 0 then the user creation was completed, but this didn't work. The Complete Step still appears. Also, i added this to the continue button event and it did nothing either: CreateUserWizard1.ActiveStepIndex = 0;
Is there any way i can "hide" this step? If not, is there a way to go back to the Create User Step when i click the Continue button in the Complete Step?
I am using CreateUserWizard Control to register clients in my SQL Database. I have two tables: Customers and Categories. Customers CustomerID is a foreign key in Categoris. It is also automatically generated when values are inserted into Customers table.
Categories tables receives values from CheckBoxList control as CatCodes.
Everything works fine but one. When values are inserted into Customers and Categories table during registration, CustomerID is not inserted into the Categories table using the following sql code:
<asp:SqlDataSource ID="InsertDealerId" runat="server" ConnectionString="<%$ ConnectionStrings:myconnection %>"
InsertCommand="INSERT INTO [Categories] ([CustomerID])
SELECT Customers.CustomerID FROM Customers WHERE Customers.CustomerID = @CustomerID"
ProviderName="<%$ ConnectionStrings:myconnection.ProviderName %>">
<asp:Parameter Name="DealerID" />
I have tested is in SQL management studio and it gives no error, which means code is correct. Also, following is my full code with code behind to better understand what is going on. It's been a week now I am struggling with this and can't und
is it posible to edit the radiobuttonlist control output?
for some reasone someone at microsoft decided that every item in a web page should be in a table, which ofcourse is an outdated way to do things on the web,
and they forgot to update it to the moderrn world, so i need to change it now.
is there a way to copy this control and edit it to something more semantic?
help referencing a control inside the createuserWizard template of the createuserStep
I tried like this:
Dim lastn As TextBox = CType(CreateUserWizard1.FindControl("LastNameTxt"), TextBox)
and like that:
Dim lastn As TextBox = CType(CreateUserWizardStep1.FindControl("LastNameTxt"), TextBox)
To no avail...
I am using CreateUserWizard control on my admin page.
After successfully creating a user with the control, it displays "Complete Your account has been successfully created."
After clicking on continue button it sets the ActiveStepIndex Correctly.
The problem is, while it sets the ActiveStepIndex correctly, it retains the old user account credentials.
Can any one help me.
Thanks in Advance
Is there a way to assign a value to the password and confirm password fields of the CreateUserWizard control programmatically when the page loads? The CreateUserWizard.Password property is read-only.