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Old March 22nd, 2006, 12:34 PM
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I would like to implement the configuration authentication and authorisation methods (as they are explained in chapter 4) by saving the user roles on an microsoft access database.
Is that possible?
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Hi Shirley,

Yes you can. As an example of how to write custom providers, Microsoft released the "Sample Access Providers" toolkit.

Look here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/downloads/providers/

under Downloads for more information and the downloadable source.

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Thanks Imar
the major downfall seems to be that I need Visual C# Express (as our book covers Microsoft Visual Web Developer only)

Note:You will need Visual C# Express to compile this starter kit before using it with Visual Web Developer Express.

and that come at a price ....

Before installing, you must uninstall any previous versions of SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio 2005, and the .NET Framework 2.0.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/downloads/providers/

So is it worthy?
Or are any other possibilities out there?
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quote:and that come at a price ....
Yes, of exactly $0,0. Like Visual Web Developer Express Edition, the C# Express Edition is free as well. Just download it and you're good to go.
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quote:Before installing, you must uninstall any previous versions of SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio 2005, and the .NET Framework 2.0.
That information is a bit misleading, or vague at least. What they mean with previous versions are betas and CTPs that have been released in the past. You can easily install C# Express side-by-side with Visual Web Developer Express and SQL Server 2005...

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I ll have a go!
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I am lost
I dont know how to have chapter 4 work with the Sample Access Providers" toolkit!
Really lost!
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Hi Shirley,
              Can you elaborate a bit more on the nature of the problem please and any errors you might be getting?

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Hi Chris
(it s very nice to hear from you)
Chapter 4 of our book teachs us how to create a login system where only users who have logged in can have access to some pages.
As Chris Hart says this can be achieved without having to write almost no code at all, and she brings us through the "Web Administration Tool" step by step in order to implement it.
However I cannot figure out how to adapt this system to my project, since I am using Microsoft Access 2003 as my Database.
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