erix
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2009-02-27T02:48:54Z
Hi,

Is it possible to run YAF as a .NET control? Embedded on a page and using existing membership providers, that is? I hope you understand what I mean!

Thanks a ton!
-Eric
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mddubs
2009-02-27T04:36:15Z
Yes, YAF is a single control.

<YAF:Forum>

And you can put it anywhere you like.
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erix
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2009-02-27T07:23:53Z
Okay, yes. Is it possible to use an existing membership provider without haveing to rewrite much of the code? I already have an extensive user management system on my iste, so don't really need another layer there...

Thanks for your answers!
-Eric
MicScoTho
2009-03-01T16:51:59Z
The new 1.9.3 version should support membership/role/profile providers.
schworak
2009-03-31T13:23:02Z
Any guess when YAF 1.9.3 will be out and ready to install on DotNetNuke as a module?
Soro_Trestal
2009-05-13T22:18:45Z
Hi all,

Just wondering,

I used YaF as a Control on a Aspx Page and it loads fine
but when i click on a forum to view it's topics my whole aspx page refreshes and i loose my original Aspx page where the YaF Forum control was in.

I placed the YaF Forum control inside an update panel.

Is there a way to just refresh the control so i can stay on my own aspx page ?

Thanks


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