Web Forms :: Master Page - Login Control Does Not Authenticate
Feb 2, 2010
I have created a master page with a Login Control, however it does not authenticate, the page will refresh and display the anonymous template of the LoginView control. LoginView control works if I place in into ContentPlace holder.
I have a strange problem on a website with security user & roles active on it, the thing that happens is that if a user hit's the site defaults page he is auto logged in as another user? I have made my site structure like this : On my master page
A loginview with a loggedin & anonymous template on it, when I user is logged in he gets his name & logout button, otherwise a username login textbox and button. A menu that is build from a database depending on the rolde of the auth. user Site structure ROOT
default.aspx account.aspx /Level A dir (only for A role users) /Level B dir (only for B role users) /Public dir (everyone)
I have been asked to use the login control to authenticate users to use the website. I have a master page which has header pictures and a menu down the left. I have created a login form and configured my web.config file to use form authentication but when I run it, it does not show my master page just the content page. Should my login page not be a content page?
I have a web application that authenticates against AD. On the first login attemt it takes roughly 30 seconds to login. On subsequent requests the login occurs almost immediatly. I've searched all over google and this forums and noticed several people with the problem and everyone seems to have a different solution of which none work for me.
we have a web site (Web Site 1) which is presently working and authenticates the users using ASP.Net login control.
We have a new site (Web Site 2) which will have a web page with user name and password fields and these values will be posted to Web Site 1. I am trying to authenticate those user credentials on Web Site1 using
Membership.ValidateUser(UserName, Password); method. but i am keep getting "User AuthenticatedObject reference not set to an instance of an object. " exception.
how do I fire the Authenticate event of the Login on Page_Load or at least how can call Login1_Authenticate(...) with the correct eventargs so that the e.Authenticated of the login control be set to true?
When the page displays, the login page displays with the master page content, however all of the styles are missing. When I embed styles into the master page the styles show properly, so I know the problem is that the styles are not being accessed from the file. how I can authorize access to the stylesheet?
working sample of logging in using Twitter (OAuth) for .NET I'm currently using this one [URL] but it only works if I set the callback url to "oob", if I set a real callback url I get "401 unauthorized".
I am trying to modify my current page to have a login. My Current page has the user select a store via a drop down List. This DDL will need to be used as the user name. I would liketo add a Password textbox and the end of the page that the user would just type in there password and hit submit to submit the form is correct or pop-up that passowrd is incorrect and re-enter. I would like to use a Database on my SQL Server to autenticate the passwortd with the store. Does anyone have any sample code that will accomplish this.
question about how to use MS Access as the aspnetdb.mdb during a login and authentication with the use of VS 2010 with framework 3.5. Reason: My current provider does not support MS SQL and only ms Access and MySQL as databases.I wanted to implement a login and authentication and based upon an artikel about ASP.net 2.0 i saw, that basically Access was the first choice in those days.Is it still possible to use Access? and how to implement this?Is this a matter of using connectionstrings inside web.config with Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0 ?Hope that i get an answer which i understand, since my knowledge about these things is not that big.