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I have my website and I want to use YAF with that and I ant functionality such as user logged in to my existing website can also access YAF with as currently logged in user. So user logged in to YAF or my existing website has no need to login again if surfing my website or YAF.

Please help. Thanks in advance.
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If your website uses the standard Asp.Net Membership, for user management integrating yaf is really simply.

There is a Sample Web Application for that available

http://yafnet.codeplex.c...rringTitlešŸ˜ƒocumentation 
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Hi,

No my website is not using Asp.Net Membership control. It is normal login procedure by storing values in session variables. So after following the documentation, is there any method with which user logged in to my website will have auto login to YAF also when he clicks on YAF link in my website?

So my problem is how to maintain auto login with my current website and YAF. Is there any solution? Please help regarding to this problem.

Thanks for reply.
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Originally Posted by: ankit

Hi,

No my website is not using Asp.Net Membership control. It is normal login procedure by storing values in session variables. So after following the documentation, is there any method with which user logged in to my website will have auto login to YAF also when he clicks on YAF link in my website?

So my problem is how to maintain auto login with my current website and YAF. Is there any solution? Please help regarding to this problem.

Thanks for reply.



What programming language/database is used in your website? An address of the website would be good for start.

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