stefan.kadow at cervis.de
Tue Aug 11 11:40:19 EDT 2009
Daniel Nauck-2 wrote:
> another option is to use the internal ASP.NET authentification (forms
> There exist several providers for different databases, a PostgreSQL
> implementation is available here .
> Then you'll have full access to all required user, profile and session
> data over the ASP.NET membership provider API.
>  http://dev.nauck-it.de/aspsqlprovider
I know this project, thanks for the advice. It is very good and I plan to
use it in the future.
But, my intention for now is to use HTTP Authentication in combination with
the ASP.NET FormsAuthentication.
We have some clients, which are not capable to store the password within a
formular login page. So I want to use the standardized authentification of
Now I can create the FormsAuthenticationTicket myself, with the logged in
user and call FormsAuthentication.RedirectFromLoginPage() or
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