Completing Forms Authentication failure

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Security' started by Arne Håveland, Nov 18, 2003.

  1. My problem still remains but I found a little formulation
    error in my question. I hope that didn' cause i got no
    answers.
    I have a web system with forms authentication that works
    good with the code:
    FormsAuthentication.SetAuthCookie(strUserID,True) and
    Response.Redirect("UserManager.aspx",True).
    When I uppgraded from .NET 1.0 to 1.1 my login page only
    reload. If I change the former code to:
    Server.Transfer("UserManager.aspx")
    it works, but if I use the former code and degrade
    to .NET 1.0 it works again!
    It's a huge problem now because I upgraded to Visual
    Studio 2003 and must run old applications on .NET 1.0 on
    the server. I'm unable to upgrade my applications.
    /Arne
     
    Arne Håveland, Nov 18, 2003
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  2. Arne Håveland

    Jeff Guest

    What error are you getting when you have Response.Redirect in place?

    FormsAuthenticationTicket
    "Arne Håveland" <> wrote in message
    news:02b201c3adbb$8d49a7d0$...
    > My problem still remains but I found a little formulation
    > error in my question. I hope that didn' cause i got no
    > answers.
    > I have a web system with forms authentication that works
    > good with the code:
    > FormsAuthentication.SetAuthCookie(strUserID,True) and
    > Response.Redirect("UserManager.aspx",True).
    > When I uppgraded from .NET 1.0 to 1.1 my login page only
    > reload. If I change the former code to:
    > Server.Transfer("UserManager.aspx")
    > it works, but if I use the former code and degrade
    > to .NET 1.0 it works again!
    > It's a huge problem now because I upgraded to Visual
    > Studio 2003 and must run old applications on .NET 1.0 on
    > the server. I'm unable to upgrade my applications.
    > /Arne
    >
     
    Jeff, Nov 26, 2003
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