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Donovan grew up in New England where folklore and superstitions can mold a town's history as much as its people.
As a boy, he loved reading Sherlock Holmes mysteries and tales of adventure by Mark Twain. Donovan Resurrection Alex Payne would do anything to bring his wife back from the depths of her watery grave.
Later, he became a big Stephen King fan, and when he started writing his own mysteries, influences from all his literary heroes began echoing in his writings. But when a voodoo mambo offers her help, he soon realizes that turning back the tides of life comes not without repercussions.
In his blended style, Dana exploits small town phenomena, perpetuating the enigma of its people and the belief in all that dies is not dead. Somewhere between the living and the dead there lies a murky middle.
Can he walk the tightrope between the two and bring her back, or will he lose everything, including his own life, trying?
In this tutorial we will answer this question by building a very rudimentary guestbook application.
In doing so, we will look at different options for modeling user information in a database, and then see how to associate this data with the user accounts created by the Membership framework. NET's Membership framework offers a flexible interface for managing users.
This is evidenced by the methods and properties of the .Oftentimes, applications need to store additional user information not included in the Membership framework.For example, an online retailer might need to let each user store her shipping and billing addresses, payment information, delivery preferences, and contact phone number.Furthermore, each order in the system is associated with a particular user account. So how do we track the user information needed by the application and have it integrate with the Membership framework?In doing so, we will look at different options for modeling user information in a database, and then see how to associate this data with the user accounts created by the Membership framework. There are a variety of techniques that can be employed to capture user information in a database and associate it with the user accounts created by the Membership framework.