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Apologies if this have been asked before…

How do I use the change the default site data management provider? I am converting my site to asp.net 2.0 and my user data is in SQL, I would like to take advantage of the built-in login controls. I used the aspnet_regsql wizard, which created about ten tables in my SQL database. So now what? I am using Visual Web Developer 2005 and I go to the web app admin screen to choose a data provider, but my only choice is the default; AspNetSqlProvider. What is my next step?
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Hi there,

If you want to access your own data in your existing database, you need to write a custom provider. You can use the standard SQL version as a starting point. Check out the following two articles for more information:




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