How To Start A New Application And Am Excited About Using Mvc And Nhibernate

Mar 11, 2010

I am about to start a new application and am excited about using mvc and nhibernate. However, the big "problem" is how I handle the user authentication stuff. What are some ways those used to using nhibernate and MVC solve this problem?

My thought is let do its own thing and I do my own thing database wise. Am curios if I should role my own using the provider model and nhibernate, if I can figure out how. Or is there a way to integrate current code that is in the mvc example into nhibernate?

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