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New user customisation

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  1. David
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    Hello,

    We are looking to create custom users for front end access to custom controls. Can you provide some guidance on how to approach this and store the information in a database? The company name will then provide access to a customised list of products.

    Ref Number
    Level drop down

    sub level drop down
    Company county drop down
    Linked Company name drop down
    Company Number
    Multi select for products
    or tree view
    Multi select for books or tree view
    Account Expiry date

    Regards,


  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hello David Keilty,

    You can configure the access to each page depending on the authenticated users for each page. You can do this from  a page  Permissions tab. The same is not supported out of the box for custom and user controls. Hopefully there is a blog post that shows how to implement permissions over controls.

    If you are working with a navigation control you could access ItemDataBound event of the control and apply the required permissions.

    Regards,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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  3. David
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    Hello,

    I am new to Sitefinity and was wondering how to create and store the custom properties for a user?

    e.g. Company name, county, company ref number etc.

    This is so that users can register to the site and select advanced registration options.

    Regards,
    David
  4. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hi David Keilty,

    These are Standard ASP.NET profile properties, so you could use ProfileBase class to manipulate them. Here is an useful link - ASP.NET Profile Properties Overview

    Best wishes,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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