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To add the file, right-click on the project name in Solution Explorer and choose Add New Item.
From the dialog box, opt to add a file of type Site Map named to the Project's Root Directory (Click to view full-size image) The XML site map file defines the website's structure as a hierarchy.
Consequently, if the overloads results in an exception because the security question and answer are missing. Text, True, _ create Status) Select Case create Status Case Membership Create Status. In Figure 8, the visitor entered a five-letter password, which does not meet the password strength requirements spelled out in the Membership provider's configuration settings.
Since our application is currently configured to require a security question and answer, we will need to use one of the latter two overloads when creating user's programmatically. In Figure 9, the visitor is attempting to create a user account with an existing username (the one created in Figure 7).
For some alternate Site Map provider implementations, refer to the Further Readings section at the end of this tutorial.
As new pages are added or existing pages removed, we want to be able to update a single source - the site map - and have those modifications reflected across the site's navigational user interface.
These two tasks - defining the site map and implementing a navigational user interface based on the site map - are easy to accomplish thanks to the Site Map framework and the Navigation Web controls added in ASP. The Site Map framework allows for a developer to define a site map and then to access it through a programmatic API (the class).
The built-in Navigation Web controls include a Menu control, the Tree View control, and the Site Map Path control.
Like the Membership and Roles frameworks, the Site Map framework is built atop the provider model.