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Enabling Self-Registration for the Supplier Solution Site

Commerce Server 2002

The Supplier Solution Site, also called the SupplierAD site, provides the foundation for implementing self-registration. By default, self-registration is not enabled for the SupplierAD site. Self-registration is supported only if AuthFilter is enabled for the SupplierAD site. For information about enabling AuthFilter for the SupplierAD site, see Installing the Sample Supplier Site.

important Important

  • Before you make changes to your ASP files, it is recommended that you stop the IIS service for the SupplierAD site and restart the IIS service when all of the changes listed below are completed. Failure to do so can result in unexpected results for users visiting your site.

To enable self-registration on the SupplierAD site, do the following:

  1. Configure the Site Registration Options property
  2. Create the newuser.asp file
  3. Edit the global_siteconfig_lib.asp file
  4. Edit the login.asp file
  5. Restart IIS

Configure the Site Registration Options property

To enable self-registration on the Supplier Solutions Site, you must configure the Site Registration Options property. You use this property to enable site visitors to register at your site. It is used only if you are developing your site based on a Commerce Server Solution Site.

To allow self-registration on the Supplier Solutions site

  1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Microsoft Commerce Server 2002, and then click Commerce Server Manager.
  2. In Commerce Server Manager, expand Commerce Sites, expand the SupplierAD site, and then expand Site Resources.
  3. In the Site Resources node, click App Default Config.
  4. In the Commerce Server Resource pane, scroll down and right-click Site registration options, and then click Properties.
  5. In the Site registration options Properties property sheet, change the value in the Selected Property Value text box to 1 and then click OK.

You have configured the Supplier Solution Site to allow self -registration. Proceed to Create the newuser.asp file.

Create the newuser.asp file

By default, the newuser.asp file is located in the wwwroot\supplierad\login directory. However, because your site is using AuthFilter, you must create a new newuser.asp file in the wwwroot\supplierad\AuthFiles directory.

Using a text editor such as Notepad, create a file named newuser.asp in the wwwroot\supplierad\AuthFiles directory, containing the following text:

<!-- #INCLUDE FILE="../include/header.asp" -->
<!-- #INCLUDE FILE="../include/const.asp" -->
<!-- #INCLUDE FILE="../include/html_lib.asp" -->
<!-- #INCLUDE FILE="../include/form_lib.asp" -->
<!-- #INCLUDE FILE="../include/std_access_lib.asp" -->
<!-- #INCLUDE FILE="../include/std_cache_lib.asp" -->
<!-- #INCLUDE FILE="../include/std_cookie_lib.asp" -->
<!-- #INCLUDE FILE="../include/std_profile_lib.asp" -->
<!-- #INCLUDE FILE="../include/std_url_lib.asp" -->
<!-- #INCLUDE FILE="../include/std_util_lib.asp" -->
<!-- #INCLUDE FILE="../include/setupenv.asp" -->
<!-- #INCLUDE FILE="../template/no_menu.asp" -->
<%
' ============================================================================
' newuser.asp
' Sign up new user; check username and password for rules.
'
' Commerce Server 2000 Solution Sites 1.0
' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
'  This file is part of Microsoft Commerce Server 2000
'
'  Copyright (C) 2000 Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.
'
' This source code is intended only as a supplement to Microsoft
' Commerce Server 2000 and/or on-line documentation.  See these other
' materials for detailed information regarding Microsoft code samples.
'
' THIS CODE AND INFORMATION ARE PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY
' KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE
' IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND/OR FITNESS FOR A
' PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
' =============================================================================

Sub Main()
   Dim urlAction, dictFldVals, dictFldErrs
   
   ' Registration page not available under certain situations.
   'If bRegistrationPageNotAvailable() Then
   '   Response.Redirect(GenerateURL(MSCSSitePages.Home, Array(), Array()))
   'End If

   Call PrepareNewUserPage(urlAction, dictFldVals, dictFldErrs)
   htmPageContent = htmRenderNewUserPage(urlAction, dictFldVals, dictFldErrs, sLanguage)
End Sub


' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
' PrepareNewUserPage
'
' Description:
'   If a form was submitted, validate it and register the user; if invalid,
'   prepare to re-draw the new user form. If no form was submitted,  prepare
'   to draw the new user form.
'
' Parameters: (all parameters are ByRef, thus OUT)
'   urlAction               - Action parameter of New User form
'   dictFldVals               - Dictionary with field values
'   dictFldErrs               - Dictionary with field errors
'
' Notes :
'   none
' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sub PrepareNewUserPage(ByRef urlAction, ByRef dictFldVals, ByRef dictFldErrs)
   Dim listFlds, listFrmErrs
   Dim iErrorLevel, bSuccess, sErr
   Dim sUserID, mscsLoginUser, mscsGuestUser, urlLink, bMustTransferProfile

   ' Initialize variables
   bSuccess = False
   bMustTransferProfile = False
   iErrorLevel = 0
   
   Set dictFldVals = Nothing
   Set dictFldErrs = Nothing
   Set listFlds = Application("MSCSForms").Value("Registration")
      
   urlAction = GenerateURL(MSCSSitePages.NewUser, Array(), Array())
      
   If IsFormSubmitted() Then 
      Set dictFldVals = GetSubmittedFieldValues(listFlds)
      iErrorLevel = iValidateSubmittedRegistrationData(listFlds, dictFldVals, dictFldErrs, listFrmErrs)
      ' Validation of submitted data succeeded if no errors
      If iErrorLevel = 0 Then bSuccess = True
   End If

   If bSuccess Then               
      If m_UserType = GUEST_USER Then
         Set mscsGuestUser = GetCurrentUserProfile()
            
         If Not mscsGuestUser Is Nothing Then
            If mscsGuestUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(GENERAL_INFO_GROUP, PROFILE_TYPE)).Value = GUEST_PROFILE Then
               bMustTransferProfile = True
            End If
         End If
      End If
            
      If bMustTransferProfile Then
         Set mscsLoginUser = mscsTransferGuestUserProfile(dictFldVals.Value(LOGON_NAME), dictFldVals.Value(LOGON_PASSWORD))
      Else
         Set mscsLoginUser = mscsNewRegisteredUserProfile(dictFldVals.Value(LOGON_NAME), dictFldVals.Value(LOGON_PASSWORD))
      End If
         
      sUserID = mscsLoginUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(GENERAL_INFO_GROUP, USER_ID)).Value
      
      If Request.Cookies("MSCS2000TestCookie") <> "" Then
         ' If the user agent allows session cookies, issue auth ticket in a session cookie.
         Call mscsAuthMgr.SetAuthTicket(sUserID, WRITE_TICKET_TO_COOKIE, dictConfig.i_FormLoginTimeOut)
         ' Remove the test cookie
         Response.Cookies("MSCS2000TestCookie").Expires = Now - 1
         ' Store the ticket in Cookie.
         m_iTicketLocation = 2
         ' Set the profile ticket to this userid, so that user is used on the next session 
         ' and customer visits are tracked correctly.
         ' (we're not concerned about testing permanent cookie support here, because if it isn't enabled, this feature isn't relevant)
         Call mscsAuthMgr.SetProfileTicket(sUserID, WRITE_TICKET_TO_COOKIE)
      Else
         ' If the user agent does not allow session cookies, put the ticket in URL.
         Call mscsAuthMgr.SetAuthTicket(sUserID, WRITE_TICKET_TO_URL, dictConfig.i_FormLoginTimeOut)
         ' Store the ticket in URL.
         m_iTicketLocation = 1
      End If
               
      Response.Redirect(GenerateURL(MSCSSitePages.Home, Array(), Array()))               
   End If

   If iErrorLevel = 0 Then
      If dictConfig.i_SiteTicketOptions = PUT_TICKET_IN_COOKIE Then
         Call SetTestCookie("session_cookie")
      End If
   End If
End Sub


' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
' bRegistrationPageNotAvailable
'
' Description:
'   Helper function to determine if the Registration Page is available or not
'
' Parameters:
'
' Returns:
'   Boolean   (True: Page is NOT available; False: Page IS available)
' Notes :
'   none
' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Function bRegistrationPageNotAvailable()
   bRegistrationPageNotAvailable = (dictConfig.i_SiteRegistrationOptions = REGISTRATION_NOT_SUPPORTED) Or _
      (dictConfig.i_FormLoginOptions = FORM_LOGIN_NOT_SUPPORTED) Or (dictConfig.i_FormLoginOptions = USE_IIS_AUTH)
End Function


' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
' iValidateSubmittedRegistrationData
'
' Description:
'   Logs off the user and fills in parameters to pass on to htmRenderLogoffPage 
'
' Parameters:
'   listFlds            - SimpleList object with field names
'   dictFldVals            - Dictionary with field values
'   dictFldErrs            - Dictionary with field errors, in case of bad
'                        form input
'   listFrmErrs            - SimpleList object with form errors
'
' Returns:
'   Error Level; 0 if all OK
'
' Notes :
'   none
' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Function iValidateSubmittedRegistrationData(listFlds, dictFldVals, dictFldErrs, listFrmErrs)
   Dim iErrorLevel, rsUser
   
   iErrorLevel = 0
   
   ' Perform field-level validation.
    Set dictFldErrs = GetFieldsErrorDictionary(listFlds, dictFldVals)

   If dictFldErrs.Count > 0 Then
      iErrorLevel = 1
   Else
      ' Does the logon_name already exist?
      ' Set rsGetProfile's bForceDBLookUp to True to force a database look-up.
      Set rsUser = rsGetProfile(dictFldVals.Value(LOGON_NAME), PROFILE_TYPE_USER, True)

      If Not rsUser Is Nothing Then
         Set dictFldErrs = GetDictionary()
         dictFldErrs.Value(LOGON_NAME) = mscsMessageManager.GetMessage("L_UserName_In_Use_ErrorMessage", sLanguage)
         iErrorLevel = 1
      End If
   
      If iErrorLevel = 0 Then
         If StrComp(dictFldVals.Value(LOGON_PASSWORD), dictFldVals.Value(CONFIRM_PASSWORD), vbBinaryCompare) <> 0 Then
            Set dictFldErrs = GetDictionary()
            dictFldErrs.Value(CONFIRM_PASSWORD) = mscsMessageManager.GetMessage("L_Bad_Confirm_Password_ErrorMessage", sLanguage)
            iErrorLevel = 1
         End If
      End If
   End If
      
   iValidateSubmittedRegistrationData = iErrorLevel
End Function


' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
' mscsNewRegisteredUserProfile
'
' Description:
'   Generates new User Profile object, fills it in (i.e. registers the user)
'   and returns it.
'
' Parameters:
'   sLoginName               - Login name of the new user
'   sLoginPassword            - Login password of the new user
'
' Returns:
'   User Profile Object of new user
'
' Notes :
'   none
' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Function mscsNewRegisteredUserProfile(ByVal sLoginName, ByVal sLoginPassword)
   Dim mscsUser
                  
   Set mscsUser = MSCSProfileService.CreateProfile(sLoginName, PROFILE_TYPE_USER)
   mscsUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(GENERAL_INFO_GROUP, USER_ID)).Value = MSCSGenID.GenGUIDString
   mscsUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(GENERAL_INFO_GROUP, MODIFIED_BY)).Value = sLoginName
   mscsUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(GENERAL_INFO_GROUP, LOGON_PASSWORD)).Value = sLoginPassword
   mscsUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(GENERAL_INFO_GROUP, PROFILE_TYPE)).Value = REGISTERED_PROFILE
   
   '
   ' Begin SupplierAD
   '
   
   ' Const for Active User in AD
   Const AD_USER_ACTIVE = 512
   

   ' Required by AD to be unique
   mscsUser.Fields("ProfileSystem.sAM_Account_Name").Value = sLoginName

   ' user_account_control must be set, otherwise account is created as disabled.
   mscsUser.Fields("ProfileSystem.user_account_control").Value = cLNG(AD_USER_ACTIVE)

   '
   ' End SupplierAD
   '
   
   mscsUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(ACCOUNT_INFO_GROUP, ACCOUNT_STATUS)).Value = ACCOUNT_ACTIVE
   mscsUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(ACCOUNT_INFO_GROUP, DATE_REGISTERED)).Value = Now()

   mscsUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(BUSINESS_DESK_GROUP, FIELD_USER_PARTNERDESK_ROLE)).Value = ROLE_USER
   
   mscsUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(PROFILE_SYSTEM_GROUP, DATE_CREATED)).Value = Now()
   Call UpdateUserProfile(mscsUser)   '   handles DATE_UPDATED
   Set mscsNewRegisteredUserProfile = mscsUser
End Function               


' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
' mscsTransferGuestUserProfile
'
' Description:
'   If there's a currently active user, update the data in his User Profile
'   Object with the "new user" data; if there isn't a currently active user,
'   generate a new profile. 
'
' Parameters:
'   sLoginName               - Login name of the new user
'   sLoginPassword            - Login password of the new user
'
' Returns:
'   User Profile Object of new user
'
' Notes :
'   none
' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Function mscsTransferGuestUserProfile(ByVal sLoginName, ByVal sLoginPassword)
   Dim mscsUser
   
   Set mscsUser = GetCurrentUserProfile()
   If mscsUser Is Nothing Then
      Set mscsUser = mscsNewRegisteredUserProfile(sLoginName, sLoginPassword)
   Else      
      mscsUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(GENERAL_INFO_GROUP, LOGON_NAME)).Value = sLoginName
      mscsUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(GENERAL_INFO_GROUP, LOGON_PASSWORD)).Value = sLoginPassword
      mscsUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(GENERAL_INFO_GROUP, MODIFIED_BY)).Value = sLoginName   
      mscsUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(GENERAL_INFO_GROUP, PROFILE_TYPE)).Value = REGISTERED_PROFILE
      
      mscsUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(ACCOUNT_INFO_GROUP, ACCOUNT_STATUS)).Value = ACCOUNT_ACTIVE
      mscsUser.Fields(GetQualifiedName(ACCOUNT_INFO_GROUP, DATE_REGISTERED)).Value = Now()

      Call UpdateUserProfile(mscsUser)
   End If
   
   Set mscsTransferGuestUserProfile = mscsUser
End Function


' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
' Rendering functions
' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------

' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
' htmRenderNewUserPage
'
' Description:
'   Render all page output
'
' Parameters:
'   Identical to PrepareNewUserPage
'
' Notes :
'   none
' -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Function htmRenderNewUserPage(urlAction, dictFldVals, dictFldErrs, sLanguage)
Dim sPageTitle, htmContent, htmTitle
   sPageTitle = mscsMessageManager.GetMessage("L_Registration_HTMLTitle", sLanguage)   
   htmContent = htmRenderFillOutForm(urlAction, "Registration", dictFldVals, dictFldErrs)
   htmTitle = RenderText(sPageTitle, MSCSSiteStyle.Title) & CRLF
   htmRenderNewUserPage = htmTitle & CRLF & htmContent
End Function
%>

Edit the global_siteconfig_lib.asp file

You must verify that the dictpages.newuser argument in the wwwroot\supplierad\include\global_siteconfig_lib.asp file points to the location of the newuser.asp file that you created in the Create the newuser.asp file topic.

Search for the following text string in \include\global_siteconfig_lib.asp:

dictPages.NewUser

Replace the text string above, with the following text:

dictPages.NewUser = "authfiles/newuser.asp"

Edit the login.asp file

If your Web server and domain controller are installed on different computers, before you perform the steps listed below, you must have previously updated your login.asp file following the instructions in the topic Login.asp Code for the Supplier Solution Site. You can then update the self-registration link contained in the login.asp file, which is located in the wwwroot\supplierad\authfiles directory.

Search for the following text string in the \authfiles\login.asp file:

<A HRef="register.asp" ID=L_RegisterIf_HTMLText>Register if you are a new user (need to add this registration file)</A>


If your authfiles\login.asp file has not been updated as described in the topic Login.asp Code for the Supplier Solution Site, search for the following text instead:

<A HRef="newuser.asp" ID=L_RegisterIf_HTMLText>Register if you are a new user(solution sites: need to add own registration file under '\AuthFiles\' sub-Dir Or Copy ..\Retail\login\newuser.asp & update NewUser-File in Global.asa)</A>

Replace the text listed above with the following text:

<A Href="newuser.asp" ID=L_RegisterIF_HTMLText>Click Here to Register</A>

Proceed to Restart IIS.

See Also

Installing the Sample Supplier Site.

Login.asp Code for the Supplier Solution Site

Restart IIS

After changing your ASP files, you must restart IIS. For information about restarting IIS, see Restarting IIS and Commerce Server Services.

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