This video shows how you can also add data to a related table at the same time you create a new user account. The account credentials are stored in the Web Security Framework tables, and the additional information (which could include any data that you choose to collect) is stored in a related table. All of the coding in the UX Component is automated through the use of Server-side Action Scripting.
In addition to the techniques demonstrated in this video, you can also setup an "Extended User Information Table" in your Alpha Anywhere project. Data stored in the Extended User Information Table is automatically loaded into server-side session variables, making the information available any SQL Query, server-side expression, or Xbasic script. Click here to learn more.