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Old June 15th, 2007, 02:52 PM
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I am using CreateUserWizard control for user registration.
I need to implement Ajax style username check in it.
I have Oracle database so I m implementing my own Oraclemembership provider where I have overriden the CreateUser method.

How shd I implement the Ajax style username check on the OnkeyUp event of the Username textbox


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Hi,
I try to customize the CreateUserWizard Control.
However, I cannot get to change the position of the "Create User" button. What can i do if I need to display that button on the bottom left corner or center instead of right?

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Hi,
I want to add a wizard step for adding roles to the user.
But i want this step to be shown only when the administrators
access this page. For all other users this step should not show up?

Any suggestions on how to programatically hide/show this wizard step?

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use a LoginView? That'd be my first approach.


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