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Hello everyone,

I don't know how to achieve the following:

I have setup the SQL Server 2005 and ASP.NET database for User/Profile/Role management and everything works just fine.

However, the 'aspnetdb' database at SQL 2005 server and the 'users' and 'membership' tables are using 'ApplicationId' as identifier.

I have created users from within two different ASP.NET applications and have ended up having two different 'ApplicationId' identifiers, and I was unable to retrieve the user credentials of those created with the previous ASP.NET application when accessing it from the latter one.

I would really appreciate the sharing of knowledge regarding this matter.


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Hi there,

applicationNames are generated automatically by default, depending on how you browse to the site (e.g. as / or as /Appname).

You need to specify the applicationName explicitly in the web.config file, as explained here: http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archi...Providers.aspx

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 Hi there,

applicationNames are generated automatically by default, depending on how you browse to the site (e.g. as / or as /Appname).

You need to specify the applicationName explicitly in the web.config file, as explained here: http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archi...Providers.aspx

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