Tuesday, October 25, 2005

How-To handle RoleManagment features with my own Database

The role-based features in .net 2.0 are using some place to maintain the data. By default this will be the "SQL Server Express" instance which is automatically installed with the Visual Studio. If you dont make this wizard every try will end in the express version :-( - get sad from it but after several researches I have found the solution.

If you would like to use your own DB then go through the follwoing steps:

1 - Create DB
2 - Start -> Programs -> Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 ->
Visual Studio Tools -> Visual Studio 2005 Command
3 - write "aspnet_regsql"
4 - Go through the Wizard
5 - Open your Web.Config file and add the following elements:

6 - Run now from your Visual Studio the WebSite / ASP.Net
Configuration [ WebAdmin Tool ]
7 - At the Security you should now choose the Authentication
type, adding your roles and user

thats the whole trick behind it.

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