I am in the process of building a survey using asp.net and store these results into a database. Now this is what I am trying to achieve:
- The survey is fairly long but will be split up in sections.
- the way I have been told to develop this is to save each section into the database when the user clicks on a next button for example rather than clicking a final submit button and then submitting the results all in one go to the database. The reason being is for example, the user's browser crashes etc or if they accidentally close it down. I need to build it such a way that survey can remember who the person is.
I can't use windows authentication as it will be externally based, is there anyway I can uniquely identify people when they arrive on the web application e.g. by using a guid? Can it be guaranteed that the person who arrives on the application with a guid on that machine be exactly the same when he/she arrives again?
Many thanks in advance
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