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JamesCurran
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USA
13 Posts

Posted - 18 June 2007 :  21:56:53  Show Profile  Visit JamesCurran's Homepage
I've created a ASP.NET Membership Provider and Roles Provider which uses a Snitz member database. The initial release (and future development) is at http://www.codeplex.com/SnitzMember/


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James Curran

thermal_seeker
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United Kingdom
430 Posts

Posted - 19 June 2007 :  01:39:39  Show Profile
does it have instructions?

No good at coding, but I can plough a field !!
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pdrg
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United Kingdom
2897 Posts

Posted - 19 June 2007 :  12:51:59  Show Profile  Send pdrg a Yahoo! Message
Excellent, cheers James - do you have any more details?
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JamesCurran
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USA
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Posted - 20 June 2007 :  13:22:13  Show Profile  Visit JamesCurran's Homepage
At this point, instructions are fairly minimal, but basically, it's used exactly like the System.Web.Security.SqlMembershipProvider which comes with ASP.NET v2. You just have to specify the different provider in your web.config, and run two sql scripts (one for membership, one for roles). With that, Visual Studio's Web Site Administration Tool (Website/ASP.NET Configuration) will allow you to manage you membership list.

Note that the stored procedures use my particular platform/schema -- which I believe is the most popular -- but as Snitz allows for a number of database backends, and variations on column names, a library of these script files will need to be built. I'm hoping for community involvement in this area.

If anyone wishes to contribute to the project, just sign up through COdePlex.com.

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James Curran

Edited by - JamesCurran on 20 June 2007 13:26:57
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JamesCurran
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USA
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Posted - 20 June 2007 :  13:25:25  Show Profile  Visit JamesCurran's Homepage
Also, I should note that I wrote this about a year ago, and then "Due To Cirsumstances Beyond My Control" I had to shelf it, without releasing it publically or even using it in production. I'm now back on the project that it was written for, but the internal details of what it does (and why it does it that way) are a bit hazy right now.

Truth,
James Curran
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pdrg
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Posted - 20 June 2007 :  13:55:57  Show Profile  Send pdrg a Yahoo! Message
As much as I'd love to help, I'm just way way too rusty these days :-$
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