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Old July 3rd, 2007, 01:11 PM
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Hi,
I had one query.
Once the user is successfully created using the createUser method of the membership class, it returns back the membership user.

where is this membership user stored ?
what does asp.net do with this once the user is successfully created.

I checked the httpContext.Current.User but this one is not the membership user object.

Do I always have to do a GetUser if I need to do anything with the membership user after it is created.
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Well ... if you are doing everything right .. then the users created goes in the database .. ASPNET.MDF ... which you will find in App_Data folder in your project ...

You can open this database in visual studio itself ...

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or if you have content management, make use of the ProfileCommon use, and MembershipUser classes. If you are editing users that are not currently logged in then httpContext.Current.User will be anonymous.


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