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But setting default values for an indefinite number of keys seems unnecessary.
Finally, it may be important to have the keys as instance attributes.
Now If provider User Key Is Nothing Then provider User Key = Guid.
New Guid() Else If Not Type Of provider User Key Is Guid Then status = Membership Create Status.
The code below returned Statement is not valid in a namespace using VS-2010. Create User -- returns Odbc Membership User ' Public Overloads Function Create User(By Val username As String, _ By Val password As String, _ By Val email As String, _ By Val password Question As String, _ By Val password Answer As String, _ By Val is Approved As Boolean, _ By Val provider User Key As Object, _ By Val is Subscriber As Boolean, _ By Val customer ID As String, _ By Ref status As Membership Create Status) _ As Odbc Membership User Dim Args As Validate Password Event Args = _ New Validate Password Event Args(username, password, True) On Validating Password(Args) If Args. Invalid Password Return Nothing End If If Requires Unique Email And Also Get User Name By Email(email) "" Then status = Membership Create Status.
Please review the code and recommend any reasonable fix, Research indicates that I should have the bases covered by importing the presiding namespaces. The rest of these comments are only here to get past the mandate to be verbose. Duplicate Email Return Nothing End If Dim u As Membership User = Get User(username, False) If u Is Nothing Then Dim create Date As Date Time = Date Time.
Then I realised when I typed in the command line: echo %path% The path still was not directed to C:\python27.Invalid Provider User Key Return Nothing End If End If Dim conn As Odbc Connection = New Odbc Connection(connection String) Dim cmd As Odbc Command = New Odbc Command("INSERT INTO Users " & _ " (PKID, Username, Password, Email, Password Question, " & _ " Password Answer, Is Approved," & _ " Comment, Creation Date, Last Password Changed Date, Last Activity Date," & _ " Application Name, Is Locked Out, Last Locked Out Date," & _ " Failed Password Attempt Count, Failed Password Attempt Window Start, " & _ " Failed Password Answer Attempt Count, Failed Password Answer Attempt Window Start, " & _ " Is Subscriber, Customer ID)" & _ " Values(? Add("@Failed Password Attempt Window Start", Odbc Type. When you accept many optional parameters of which typically only a few are passed, it may be an excellent idea (avoiding accidents and unreadable code at your call sites!) to force the use of named arguments -- optional (ones without a default value).