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Modifying CreateUserWizard

Posted on 2011-03-21
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Hello, Experts.

I'm familiar with extending the CreateUserWizard control in ASP.NET and have done so many times.  My current project, however, has a set of circumstances that requires a somewhat different approach.

My client would like the CreateUserWizardStep to be displayed as the first of several steps in the process.  HOWEVER, he does not want the user to be created until the last step has been completed.  It is my understanding, that the CreateUserWizardStep will create a new user int he membership system upon clicking the "Create User" button on that step.

How should I delay the user's creation until after the last step in the process?

Many thanks!
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This solution led me to my final solution -- rolling my own CreateUserWizard.
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