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Here's some info that hopefully is useful. Do you need me to upload the server side .NET Application you helped with last week and the login page?
Here's the login page. http://ge.tt/4PJBS2b/v/0?c
There may need to be some slight changes to it. Do you need more images? If possible by Saturday. I'll make sure I tip again.
Adding one more picture. It's at the bottom of the document.
I just received some more information that may be helpful to you.
The purpose of this assignment is to create a basic login page (your team could leverage someone's existing login from Week One) that gives a user access to view his or her profile, which should already be stored in the team's database. This is why the individuals creating dummy data in the Week Two assignment. Your sites can have additional pages and content, but I will not really address these except as they fit the aesthetics of the login and profile pages. Think about your own experience with websites when designing this. If you have to manage your account for a site, what does it look like and where would you find it? These are the considerations you want to take into account for your design. I recommend that the web service launch from the profile page either with some sort of interface to create a new profile or from the existing profile page. The web service is required to create a single output that builds a unique identifier. For example, those of you familiar with GUID might know that these crazy-looking hexadecimal identifiers are derived from the date, time, and machine generating the ID. The team's web service is performing a similar function but with date, time, and IP address. The output could be in hexadecimal, if you really want to go there, but I would prefer plain ASCII output.
I just finished looking over everything is it looks great! A few questions. I was looking in the Unique.asmx.cs file and what is Namespace = "http://tempuri.org"? I also was looking for the algorithm and was not sure if that's what I was looking at in the Unique file. I've seen several examples online and although I know there are many different ways to do this I wasn't sure how you came up with the algorithm and where it is located. For example I saw the following example to create a GUID online:
I'm asking because I'm sure I will have to explain how I came up with the algorithim.
Also, is there a way to put in some security so the members can only see their profile information? Right now I can login under any of the members and see all the other members user info.
Okay thank you. I'm going to question the instructor again to make sure because many of the team members keep focusing on a GUID.
I haven't received any feedback from the instructor yet, but I have yet another question. If I delete the User and Member lines from the Site.Master is there a way for me to still access those pages? My purpose is not to let all members see each others information, but the information to still be viewable to me or administrator.
Thank you so much. I appreciate your help as always!
Sorry to bother you again, but I do not see the IP address when I display the user profile. It only shows the date and time. Can you send me just the code to insert and where to insert it asap to display the IP address?
I just noticed my post was opened to all experts. I thought I could continue asking questions until satisfied? My apologies, I didn't notice until now that the IP address was not included.
Sorry, yes, I see that.. Thank you again
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