My goal is to have users who have already authenticated in a protected folder via Forms authentication (SqlProvider) be able to jump over to and participate in the forums seamlessly, with all password control, etc. still in my app. Should I install YAF in a subfolder of the protected one? The wiki shows some code, but in the current version the files do not exist in the same way.
Even some notes on its implementation may help. Thanks in advance!
I can't count how many times I've gone over this!!! This information is definitely available in many places and I'm just repeating it here for the millionth time.
To integrate YAF into a NEW application, use the MS Membership Framework and things will be easy.
For existing applications, if you used the Membership Framework then you're golden, if you used a CUSTOM membership framework that you built yourself, then you need to figure out a CUSTOM way to link your system to YAFs.
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I've already spent a lot of time trying to piece it together, and was looking for (updated) information as to the implementation to help things along. If the YAF security model was built over top of ASP.NET membership, as our site is, it shouldn't be a difficult integration.
Maybe if more time was spent organizing this information, rather than a link-referencing-a-post-referencing-a-blog, you might get fewer of these types of questions. Based on the amount of posts, I would say it's a popular topic.