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Old September 19th, 2011, 11:59 AM
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Default ProfileCommon not Supported

So in trying to wire up new properties for the Profile, I've discovered that ProfileCommon and Profile are not supported in VS 2010 . I'd like suggestions on the best strategy for handling Profile info in Web Applications ( I hear it's still supported the way the book presents it in Web Sites.)

If I write a class for my own ProfileCommon 'Like' class, inheriting ProfileBase, will it save all my properties to the profile provider just by executing the method ?

Or is it better to just go all in and write it with my own database table and save method .....just skipping the whole Profile system ?

Can't believe they hype this feature and then disconnect it. appreciated.
Thanks for any insights.