quote:Originally posted by Lee Dumond
I should probably also point out that the delete logic is slightly flawed, in that it deletes the user and their profile, but does not delete the user from the UsersInRoles table, not does it delete the user from the PersonalizationPerUser table.
I just discovered (what I'm assuming):
By adding Products/Items or participating in the poll anonymously inserts a UserId into the aspnet_User table, because the IsAnonymous field is "true".
Which bring me to this question. I've set in Web.config:
<polls archiveIsPublic="true" votingLockByIP="false" votingLockByCookie="false" />
Does this mean because it's not locking by IP or Cookie, the alternative (or additionally) is to add an Anonymous User ? I think I'm a little lost on how caching works.
Lee, does your example above remove from all user associated tables, anonymous too ?