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handshakeit
02-01-2006, 12:02 PM
hello all...ok i have an assignmnet which i really dunt understand...i have to create a user authentication administration module. it shud do the following:

add user,delete user,change profile,change password,search user
and assign rights to user-read,write,delete,all

if a user has all rights, he is admin
and if a user has no rights, he cannot logon BUT is a member....

we need to make this module independent of our code...like anyone can take the module and place it in their code....so how am i to do that??? any clues?
Thanx
Devs

vinyl-junkie
02-02-2006, 05:16 AM
Are you asking us to do your homework for you?! :rolleyes:

(1) Open browser window.

(2) Enter the URL for your favorite search engine; e.g., Google (http://www.google.com/).

(3) In the search textbox, type keywords such as "user authentication" "asp.net" administration

(4) Examine search results.

After that, if you need answers to specific questions, we'll be glad to help.

iota
02-02-2006, 08:17 AM
There are thousands of freeware ASP.Net scripts.
But You have to understand the basic level of how they work.
Or else you may find difficulties in writing documentations of your assignment.
By the way, can I know which universities are you attending ?

handshakeit
02-04-2006, 10:52 AM
I am surprozed with such type of answers from a coding forum
can't any one give at least a small code
so that i can start

vinyl-junkie
02-04-2006, 05:11 PM
I don't know why our responses surprise you. The purpose of this forum is to give you enough help so that you can do the work yourself. We have pointed you to places that can get you started on your homework assignment, but it doesn't seem like you want to look at them.

If it's code you need to get you started, I would start here (http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/LearnMore/Authentication.asp). There are several links to articles in that page with code snippets, not fully coded web pages. If you've learned anything at all in your ASP.NET programming class, you should be able to use those code snippets and build your application around them.

BTW, I went out to Google to find that, as I suggested in my first response to you. You could have done the same.

drhowarddrfine
02-04-2006, 06:20 PM
Well, he did ask for someone to show him how to start. He didn't ask anyone to do it for him.

how am i to do that??? any clues?

vinyl-junkie
02-04-2006, 06:38 PM
Well, he did ask for someone to show him how to start. He didn't ask anyone to do it for him.
So you're volunteering to do it then? Go for it.

handshakeit
02-06-2006, 08:59 AM
Thanks a lot
This if what i want



I don't know why our responses surprise you. The purpose of this forum is to give you enough help so that you can do the work yourself. We have pointed you to places that can get you started on your homework assignment, but it doesn't seem like you want to look at them.

If it's code you need to get you started, I would start here (http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/LearnMore/Authentication.asp). There are several links to articles in that page with code snippets, not fully coded web pages. If you've learned anything at all in your ASP.NET programming class, you should be able to use those code snippets and build your application around them.

BTW, I went out to Google to find that, as I suggested in my first response to you. You could have done the same.

drhowarddrfine
02-06-2006, 09:43 PM
So you're volunteering to do it then? Go for it.
Nah, I don't do .nut.



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