28 Jun 2007
10 Nov 2011
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Hi there guys,
We have purchased Sitefinity 4.x Small Business Edition for our customer with the understanding that there's a single user license for the "Back end" of Sitefinity.
We've built a list control for general users to login to our customer's site and check some information, but for some reason the concurrency issue is kicking in.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but you should be able to create any number of users as long as they don't access the CMS portion of the application right? So if we create a page that lists out a list of brokers where they can search, edit, create, etc Brokers and it's part of the front end part, that shouldn't bring the concurrency issue into affect correct?
If I'm correct, then my second questions is... when a user registers with our custom control, can we use the Sitefinity API to add the user's account then save the rest of the information to our own tables?