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Use CommandPanel and Control Panel in public side?

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  1. Lawrence King
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    06 Feb 2010
    07 Feb 2010
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    This maybe a nobrainer question, but I would like the functionality of having the commandpanel and control panel on pages other than in the admin.  Registered users should not have access to admin area as that is for me and my team, however they need to be able to have CRUD funtionality for dealing with their profile, contacts, files, groups, ect.  So far I have just added .ascx in ~/UserControls and created corresponding pages to hold these controls.  After viewing the modules webinar, I would prefer to untilize some of the built in functionality of commandpanel and controlpanel. Is this possible?  Or better yet, is there a best practice for creating three role areas in sitefinity (ie public, member, admin)?  All the posts I have read so far have introduced some twist to that such as 3rd party webservice....which unfortunately made it unclear as to the best solution for setting up three role areas.   All my programming experience is in WPF/Silverlight so I apologize if this is a no brainer in asp.net.

    Look forward to your response.
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    25 May 2017
    07 Feb 2010
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    Hi Lawrence King,

    Use CommandPanel and Control Panel in public side?

    You can create a public controls that allow you to manage the same you have  in the backend. Here is a link to a sample implementation - Insert/Update/Delete content items with RadGrid for ASP.NET AJAX

    Regards,
    Ivan Dimitrov
    the Telerik team

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