Published the app, no one can log on

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by dgk, Sep 15, 2006.

  1. dgk

    dgk Guest

    Using the default SQLExpress provider for membership and profiles, I
    published an app and moved the current development ASPNETDB files to
    the production machine. It works great, the login page is presented,
    but all the users are invalid.

    Anyone know what I'm supposed to do to make it work? If it matters,
    I'm using the default provider but changed the application name in the
    provider section(s) of web.config to give the app a name other than
    "/", but that is the only thing that is non-standard.
     
    dgk, Sep 15, 2006
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  2. dgk

    Karl Guest

    If you changed the Application name in web.config, dont you have to
    change in the aspnet_application table too?

    dgk wrote:
    > Using the default SQLExpress provider for membership and profiles, I
    > published an app and moved the current development ASPNETDB files to
    > the production machine. It works great, the login page is presented,
    > but all the users are invalid.
    >
    > Anyone know what I'm supposed to do to make it work? If it matters,
    > I'm using the default provider but changed the application name in the
    > provider section(s) of web.config to give the app a name other than
    > "/", but that is the only thing that is non-standard.
     
    Karl, Sep 15, 2006
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  3. dgk

    dgk Guest

    On 15 Sep 2006 13:10:52 -0700, "Karl" <>
    wrote:

    >If you changed the Application name in web.config, dont you have to
    >change in the aspnet_application table too?
    >


    But I added all the users after changing the name of the app. It
    works fine on the development machine.







    >dgk wrote:
    >> Using the default SQLExpress provider for membership and profiles, I
    >> published an app and moved the current development ASPNETDB files to
    >> the production machine. It works great, the login page is presented,
    >> but all the users are invalid.
    >>
    >> Anyone know what I'm supposed to do to make it work? If it matters,
    >> I'm using the default provider but changed the application name in the
    >> provider section(s) of web.config to give the app a name other than
    >> "/", but that is the only thing that is non-standard.
     
    dgk, Sep 19, 2006
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