I have followed scott's gu tutorial here I uploaded the whole database to my site. Before doing what Scott's says I had one username stored in the membership. How can I create an additional user now that the table is in the web host? I can see that there's aspnet_Membership, aspnet_Applications, etc..etc
As mentioned in subject line I'm not able to configure role based website in IIS7. Please find details below.
.Net Framework: 3.5
Server: Windows 2008
Database: SQL Server 2008
Authentication Type: Form Based
Roles/Membership Provider: User defnied.
After setuped my website in iis7 while trying to Login in web page even I entered correct password it says Incorrect password in Login control.After long googling I suspecty that we need to add "Provider to trusted provider" to Authorized provider. I have gone http://www.iis.net/ConfigReference/system.webServer/management/trustedProviders/add but didn't works for me. Can you anyone please help me in this.
I need to authenticate users based on three parameters such as username, password and officename instead of just username and password. User name is unique only across the single office and not across the application.
Can I achieve this using Membership class and if yes do I need to write any custom code for that?
I have an asp.net web app that uses forms-based authentication, a SqlMembershipProvider (using an encrypted password format), and a SqlRoleProvider. I need to know if it's possible to administer the users (create new users, assign them to roles, etc.) from a windows application - the powers that be don't want any administrative functionality in the web app itself.
Here is the membership provider definition from web.config:
So, obviously, I have a Sql Server database that contains the users and roles for the web app. I'd like to create a separate windows app that references the web app assembly, and use the configured MembershipProvider, RoleProvider, and machineKey to create users, assign users to roles, etc. If that's not possible, I can duplicate the configuration settings from web.config within the windows app. But I don't know how to do this either.
I have just started to look at the new "System.Threading.Tasks" goodness in .Net 4.0, and would like to know if there is any build in support for limiting the number of concurrent tasks that run at once, or if this should be manually handled.
E.G: If I need to call a calculation method 100 times, is there a way to set up 100 Tasks, but have only 5 execute simultaneously? The answer may just be to create 5 tasks, call Task.WaitAny, and create a new Task as each previous one finishes. I just want to make sure I am not missing a trick if there is a better way to do this.
Specifically what I want to do is to disallow access to most of the site for unauthenticated users, allow access to some of the site for authenticated users who belong to a certain role, and allow full access to users from a second role.
I have an ASP.NET project where I want to keep the membership (SQL Provider) in a separate database and the Roles/Profiles will be per application.QuestionWhat is the KEY that relates between the Membership database and the Roles/Profile database? Is it the UserID or UserName?I opened up the tables in separate expolrer and notice the UserID is different in the Membership database from that in the application Roles database.
I have a navigation menu I would like to display based upon user roles (using.net membership) After several hours and headaches (from banging my head against the desk) I was wondering if someone can point me in the error of my ways.
How can I ensure that when the user is logged in, the appropriate menu items are displayed on the Landing page? Still new to all of this and my current method of 'trial and error' has seen me reach suicide levels this morning!
Lets say that I have a database set up with a load of info in it and I decide I want to add the membership and roles functionality to my site but my hosting provider makes me pay for each database I use. I don't want to pay for another db, so how do I set it up so that instread of creating membership and roles tables in the the aspnetdb database, it creates them in my existing database?
I wanted to see what would happen when the cached role cookie expired. Using Fiddler, after 2 minutes had elapsed, I could see that the raw value of the role cookie had changed.
I was expecting that on expiry, that ASP.NET would simply re-read the roles information from the database, and repopulate the cookie with the same value. So my question is, why would the raw value of the cookie change after expiry ? The cookie value is not human-readable (base 64 encoded and/or encrypted ?), so I can't tell if the information in it is the same, although the application still seems to work fine.
It looks like each time the roles are encrypted and cached in the cookie, it gets a different raw value.
I am building a subscription based web site, which currently has three subscription levels, i.e. Horses, Soccer, and Horses and Soccer. I was thinking of implementing standard role based authorization, where a Horses subscriber would get roles including those to use the Horses section, etc.
Should I use a standard role provider, and when a member subscribes to the site, assign roles for his subscription to him, or use a hierarchical role provider, that when asked for the roles for a member, only then uses the member's subscription level to 'calculate' a set of roles for the member.
I'm trying to build a portal kind of an application in asp.net, in which one of the functionality is letting people log in and upload their documents. The upload page is only accessible to registered users of the portal.
I would like to track the user uploaded files according to their userIds.
Is it possible to use the FileUpload Control and C# to fetch the current user id, create a directory with the same name(as that of userID) in the file system and upload the files( multiple file upload, if necessary) into it?
Also another admin page would have to be able to see the list of files uploaded by the specific user and download it if necessary.
I'm workin with Visual studio 2010 and I'm trying to create an ASP.net Web Site, language used - C#
I have 2 different pages, for 2 different users with 2 different roles.Each page has a textbox.I have already created them.What I want to do, is to make a bind between this 2 textboxes, so that the second to get the first boxes' text.I managed to do it, but only if the textboxes are on the same page, very easy (Textbox2.Text=TextBox1.Text) . But how to do it for 2 different pages, for 2 different users with 2 different roles?
Another trouble would be....How can I connect the both users same time....after i start debugging the project, I do a sign in but when I sign in with the second user,the first is automaticly siggned out and the text it's lost.Then, how can they synchronize and the second user see what the first one wrote,using that 2 textboxes? Wich is the solution?
i want to add [Authorize] to specific roles; some for registered users and other for admins , but when i have created my mvc2 web application , i can only register new users but without roles and when i checked the aspnet_role table i found it empty, so how i can define admin roles for some of the registered users and the user role for the rename users