Security :: Relationship Between Membership Provider And Table?
Jun 26, 2010
I have my membership provider configured and working on my web host.
IŽd like to create a table, for example, table ARTICLES, and iŽd like that the user logged in, his ID or his NAME, was inserted into my ARTICLES database.Which one is the best table i could get for doing that ?
I was checking the table aspnet_users, but its Primary Key has a uniqueidentifer type.This wonŽt be a problem in the future ?Or is there a better way to relate my table with the membership provider ? Maybe another table OR another field.
i'm building an application and i need to manage roles, users and more things so i tought to use the membership provider but i have some questions about it: can i full extend it and can i override the functions to use a database table to store infos about config or i need to build my own provider?
I am using SQL Membership Provider to create user accounts for my web site and for some reason, the CreateDate and LastLoginDate fields are NOT saving the current time of my machine when I add a new user to the website. It is showing the previous day's date and the time is displayed as PM when it's AM and vise-versa in the CreateDate and LastLoginDate fields in aspnet_Membership table. I am developing and running the website via localhost on my laptop using IIS 7 (Windows 7). Does this have anything to do with my laptop's clock settings or is there something I need to configure in the web.config file or in IIS.
I have more problem in costomize membership provider, i did download the code in c# from videos tutorial, that code have Membership provider class. but i am unable to use that class. how i will use it.
am having an argument at work on the asp.net membership provider.One of my colleagues says we should modify the tables and add our own custom columns, and i prefer we create additional tables and add relationships.
Server Error in '/' Application. Default Membership Provider must be specified. Description: An unhandled exception occurred during the execution of the current web request. Please review the stack trace for more information about the error and where it originated in the code. Exception Details: System.Configuration.Provider.ProviderException: Default Membership Provider must be specified. Source Error:
i'm new to the mvc framework but i used forms authentification in an asp.net webapplication. Because im forced to use Sybase SQL Anywhere server i use membership / profile / role provider from sybase.Why i can't login in the MVC Application? When i create a user via mvc web control i'm logged in. But when i logout and try to login i get a error that username or password is not correct.Maybe someone has an idea? Could it be a problem with the application name? Both have the applicationname " / " ?Both applications has these web.config entries:
I have started to implement asp membership. I go the administration page and click provider. I have a database on a server on the local network that i want to install my members tables in. When i run the
aspnet_regsq.exe it doesn't ask me what SQL database i want to use and seems to default to my local SQL Server 2005 installation. How I change this to use my SQL Express database on a local server?
I have to implement a small webshop. Basically it's just a website with a huge backend ERP System and with the possibility to sell one (yap, really only one!) product on the website. The only requirement is a MySQL Server. The backend is almost finished (about 95%) and is secured with the .net MemberShip Provider for MySQL (the one in MySql.Web from the MySql Connector .NET).
Now to my question: I can set up the membership system easily but I do not need such things like username or password-question but I would need a reference to an address table to store the users home address. So, it is possible to change or customize the membership system to for eg. a unique customer id instead of the username column and set this in codebehind when the user is creating a new account? And is it possible to insert new users/customers from codebehind in an easy way? (I mean without checking each foreign key and inserting the customer reference to the userinrole table and so on...)
I have a site in which I'm intending to use multiple membership providers. I'm using my own custom membership provider to provide access to several data stores depending on the section in which the user's information resides.
The actual login functions correctly using the built-in ASP.NET Login component in which I've manually specified the membership provider it should validate against. When I run a trace on it's actions, I can see that it attempts the 'validateuser' against the correct data store and continues to redirect the user to their applicable section.
The problem is that once they are logged in and the site (or I) call 'GetUser' to get the users information or permissions, the membership provider reverts to the site's default provider.
In my custom membership provider I'm only overriding the methods for GetUser and Validate user which is working perfectly fine for a singular membership provider, but not when using a different provider.
How can I ensure that the correct membership provider is retained with the user's membership details? Is there a method that I need to override/append in order to achieve what I'm looking for?
I've just finished my database design and now i'm going to start implementing it in SQL Server 2008. Since i'm creating an ASP.NET Web Application i would like to use Membership Provider to manage user access to the application. In other projects (more simpler) i used Membership but always with its default parameters.
In this recent application i need to use custom user data for it to work properly.
So, what i would like to know is, how can i use my 'Users' table in my DB with .NET Membership Provider?
I am in the begininng stages of designing (or redisigning) a site. I am using VWD Express 2010 and the project is configured for .net 4.0. I am designing it offline so its currently just on my laptop, which is also running sql server express 2008 R2.
When I ran the ASP.Net Configuration tool, it automatically created a database called aspnetdb in the app_data folder where it stores all the user and roll info. How can I use a different database that has the same schema as well as some additional tables of my own. I want to point it to mylocally running sql server.
My question relates to membership providers. I have two websites that run on two different servers. One website is a community website that uses Telligent community server 2007. The other is a website that contains information. I have a form where users can request more information. What I would like to do is when a user requests more information, automatically create a user account in my community website. I was told that I can create a custom asp.net membership provider that will create a new user account in my community website. I have read some info at msdn and asp.net websites, but I am still unclear as to how I can create a custom membership provider that will work across different websites running on different servers.
Sometimes MS provides error message so silly that its hard to understnad and you feel like throwing away all things.
My Web.Config does not contain any entries of MemberShip, Role or Profile.
I want to create a membership provider dynamically through code at runtime. I wrote following code and it receives following error message. I don;t know how come machine.config error appears in my application. how annoying.
Parser Error Message: The connection name 'LocalSqlServer' was not found in the applications configuration or the connection string is empty.
I've bee successfully using the Asp.Net Membership Provider in my VB.Net 3.5/SQL 2005 web app for a year now (Site A). However, I've added 2 new sites (B and C) (both with their own DB) and now I see a problem. It looks like users that get created for sites B and C also get created in site A. Roles that I create for B and C only get created in A. I think it is a conn string problem.When I created A, I adde the conn string to my machine.config (not sure why I did this or if it is even needed)...
I've implemented my custom membership provider. I use third server for authentication (call web method that validates user/password). I need this user/password for retrieve some additional data from this server. Asp.net MVC uses FormsAuthentication and cookie for keep 'login state' by default. It works well when I login on site first time. But when I close and open site again sometime after, cookie keeps it 'login'but I don't have credential for access to server data. I can change cookieless attribute (to 'UseUri' for example) in configure file but in this case I should login again if I open second tab with this app in same browser.My questions:
Is way to call SingOut of FormsAuthentication (remove authentication ticket from browser) when user closes asp.net mvc app?Is secure way to pass user/password data through session? Because server is unstable and interrupt connection often and app should have possibility for silent reconnect.