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scottrudy
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      04-21-2006
I was trying to set up adhoc providers so that users can be managed for
sub-sites by the sub-site owners. I figured I would just copy the existing
user over from the default provider so that I could maintain the same UserId
across applications. However, I am a little confused about lines 103 and 126
(if you select modify from the SSMS context menu) in the stored procedure
aspnet_Membership_CreateUser. The key to the Membership and Users tables is
ApplicationId and UserId, yet an exception is thrown if two different
ApplicationIds use the same UserId. Following the same pattern, then the
LastUpdatedDate is updated for the user for all applications.
 
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scottrudy
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      04-21-2006
Please disregard...lack of sleep

"scottrudy" wrote:

> I was trying to set up adhoc providers so that users can be managed for
> sub-sites by the sub-site owners. I figured I would just copy the existing
> user over from the default provider so that I could maintain the same UserId
> across applications. However, I am a little confused about lines 103 and 126
> (if you select modify from the SSMS context menu) in the stored procedure
> aspnet_Membership_CreateUser. The key to the Membership and Users tables is
> ApplicationId and UserId, yet an exception is thrown if two different
> ApplicationIds use the same UserId. Following the same pattern, then the
> LastUpdatedDate is updated for the user for all applications.

 
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