Thanks for the blog post. © Rick Strahl, West Wind Technologies, 2005 - 2016 Is there any way for a planet orbiting a red dwarf in the habitable zone to not be tidally locked? Suppose you are copy/pasting the password from a file or somewhere, accidentally a space is added while copying it. Matt >-----Original Message----- >What do you want to do with this line? > >if(FormsAuthentication.GetRedirectUrl >(txtUserName.Text,false) =="/appliedbioscience/index.aspx") > > > >-- >Daniel Fisher(lennybacon) > MCP C# ASP.NET >Blog: [url]http://www.lennybacon.com/[/url] > >"Matt Owens" check my blog
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Thanks for your help >-----Original Message----- >Hi Matt > >> That line detects whether the user has come to the login >> page from the homepage(index.aspx) and if so re-directs >> LoginUser_Authenticate(...) Maybe you should consider of moving it higher. The additional loop for us was with the new Microsoft.Aspnet.WebHelpers library replacing the old version. Do you need your password?
If you haven't configured your web.config, then it means your application was using default membership provider settings in machine.config. Or maybe in the root Web site – nothing there for form authentication. Milan Sign In·Permalink Thank You! There were no changes made in development and production.
If HashAlgorithmType is not explicitly set in web.config, the membership provider will use it from
share|improve this answer answered Sep 15 '08 at 10:27 Biri 5,72552645 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote If you are overriding the events, are you calling the default implementation? Created some users to test with. I already tried to handle the events by myself and check, what is happening in them, but no success. I don’t know – drop a comment if you ran into this.
When I move this to the web server, and access the site from the web, everything looks ok at first. First it was not working then after I checked the events for firing, just in case. –Biri Sep 15 '08 at 10:43 And during the execution of it, by Cause: I was creating a Development and Test version of the project and changed the web.config settings to point to the Development database. SAPrefs - Netscape-like Preferences Dialog AngleSharp Generate and add keyword variations using AdWords API WTL for MFC Programmers, Part IX - GDI Classes, Common Dialogs, and Utility Classes Window Tabs (WndTabs)
Any pointers would be much appreciated. The user truly doesn't exist in the database its looking at. Should I report it? Compare your web.config and aspnet_Users table to check if the user was created using the same passwordFormat mentioned in your web.config.
Alternate options for symbolic links (ln) Wrong way on a bike lane? I have a login page that I have used several times today to sign-in to my application. type URL). >> >>GetRedirectUrl() Checks if the username is null, returns > null in this case, >>or returns Request["ReturnUrl"] if not null or just the > path to the >>default.aspx in news I used session and cookies for this but (session is expired and cookies are destroyed) The problem remains.
Check UserName Same rules as the password above. When I removed this assembly, everything worked. http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2006/04/22/Always-set-the-_2200_applicationName_2200_-property-when-configuring-ASP.NET-2.0-Membership-and-other-Providers.aspx share|improve this answer answered Nov 17 '09 at 9:24 Daniel Osterhaus 111 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Have you checked that the redirect path is being sent
if(FormsAuthentication.GetRedirectUrl (txtUserName.Text,false)=="/appliedbioscience/index.aspx") -- Daniel Fisher(lennybacon) MCP C# ASP.NET Blog: [url]http://www.lennybacon.com/[/url] "Matt Owens"
I have a site that uses a login form called "login.aspx" and all works fine. No error message, nothing seems to be wrong, but I see again the Login form, to enter the user's login information. Then copy in all your real project code to that. –Chris Marisic Sep 14 '11 at 14:38 | show 3 more comments 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 2 The fact there is a difference between remote and local debugging makes me think its perhaps an IIS problem (only a guess).
SPI23-Jul-15 23:22 SPI23-Jul-15 23:221 e.Authenticate = true was my issue Thank you Sign In·Permalink Also check the actual file rights Member 1033259322-Jun-15 8:48 Member 1033259322-Jun-15 8:481 Had this issue and the Once I commented the out, it worked fine :) Even though I had everything above in the file set properly, this one line caused me over an hour of headache...
I followed every step. Off my head I think it is ReturnURL? La campagna di cui si è ... "parlato" o "parlata"? Am I missing any IIS settings or anything?
You need to set the MembershipProvider Property for your ASP.NET controls. It is odd this occurs.. I went through all steps. Charles Wells February 17, 2014 # re: Forms Auth loginUrl not working after Windows Update?
Whats strange is it works perfectly on my localhost when debugging, however it fails to redirect when depolyed to a remote server. Solution 7 Accept Solution Reject Solution on your logout page's page_load write Page.SetNoCache(); Permalink Posted 2-Nov-10 23:00pm Rohit from Delhi1.8K Rate this: Please Sign up or sign in to vote. If it reeally is a login failure, it will be logged and it will include an error state with the failed login. The login page just reloads once the login button has been clicked.
Thanks in advance for any pointers you may be able to give. Would like to look into this further.. Final Solution: Edited copy of web.config at C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\YOURWEBPROJECTNAME\web.config, I don’t know where the settings are that System.Web.Security.Membership points to the published location, vice the projects development location on G: Drive, or However I'm open, so that next time I also can say: aha, I know this!
If so, change it back. In my case, we are using Windows Auth and controller actions are tied to certain groups so lookup are done. If this turns out to be not just a fluke I'm guessing this will be fixed in the next round of updates. What is Source Control? –Nikhil Tamhankar Sep 14 '11 at 14:19 2 If you were using VCS, version control software, you would easily be able to identity what you changed