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CREATE TABLE Users ( PKID Guid NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY, Username Text (255) NOT NULL, Application Name Text (255) NOT NULL, Email Text (128) NOT NULL, Comment Text (255), Password Text (128) NOT NULL, Password Question Text (255), Password Answer Text (255), Is Approved Yes No, Last Activity Date Date Time, Last Login Date Date Time, Last Password Changed Date Date Time, Creation Date Date Time, Is On Line Yes No, Is Locked Out Yes No, Last Locked Out Date Date Time, Failed Password Attempt Count Integer, Failed Password Attempt Window Start Date Time, Failed Password Answer Attempt Count Integer, Failed Password Answer Attempt Window Start Date Time, Is Subscriber Yes No, Customer ID Text (64) ) method of the custom membership provider can be written to receive an object of the custom membership user type as input. Get Date Time(8); Date Time last Activity Date = reader.

The following sections provide guidance on creating a custom membership provider that uses a custom membership user type. Get Date Time(9); Date Time last Password Changed Date = reader.

The examples build on the code provided in (reader. Get Date Time(10); Date Time last Locked Out Date = .

Name, username, provider User Key, email, password Question, comment, is Approved, is Locked Out, creation Date, last Login Date, last Activity Date, last Password Changed Date, last Locked Out Date, is Subscriber, customer ID); , which has been updated to return the custom membership user type from the Create a Custom Membership User section earlier in this topic.

An overload has been created to take values for the additional properties of the custom membership provider as input.

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