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Hello.I want to incorporate a comment box into the website.I believe it requires a database,and so does a login control.I understand that,from chapter 16, .NET creates a database for the login control if it doesnt find one in the solution.Can I use this .NET-created database for the purpose of the comment box.and how can I move the database into the App_Data folder in solution explorer.

Lastly,Im not sure as to what provider I may use to allow only logged-in users to make comment in the comments box.thanks in advance.
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Yes, you can. it's created in App_Data by default. Check out Appendix B, section "CONFIGURING APPLICATION SERVICES" on page 805 to learn how to merge your own database and the users database.

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