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Users in DotNetNuke and Registration date

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Hello all,

could someone please send me the SQL script to get the users from DotNetNuke
portal database along with their registration date?

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by:Nightman
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Hi haven't used DotNetNuke, but I can help you find it.
What does the table schema look like?
Is there a table called tblUsers?
If so, run SELECT * FROM tblUsers WHERE 1=0 and post the results (column names) here.
If you want to get a list of all the tables in the database, run
SELECT name FROM sysobjects WHERE xtype='U'
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Hi,
thanks for your response. Well its more complicated than this since many tables are involved.
The problem is that the users are stored in asp.net membership/profile tables and its hard to decode the data.
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Have a look at http://www.dotnetnuke.com/About/Documentation/ProjectDocuments/tabid/478/Default.aspx
You can download the full ERD for the version you are using.
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For example, the ERD for version 4.3.3 shows (amongst other things)

1. Users table
2. Linked to Profile table on UserID and UsersOnline table on UserID
3. Profile table has a CreatedDate
4. UsersOnline has a CreationDate
5. Portals table linked to UsersOnline table on Portal ID
6. Portals table has a UserRegistration column  (not quite sure what it relates to)

This is just an educated guess, but then I don't know the application, functionality, data or structure.
Is the UserName encrypted? Or is it stored in clear text?
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I appreciate your quick responses but it would be hard for me to explain
how asp.net profiles and membership work in conjunction with the users table.
It wouldn't be hard for someone who has experience in DotNetNuke.

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Well, you could have a look at these 2 links:
http://www.smart-thinker.com/Other/Newsletters/Other/Articles/DotNetNuke/Resources/SimpleSQL/tabid/267/Default.aspx
and
http://www.dnnstuff.com/Home/tabid/166/ctl/ArticleView/mid/574/ArticleID/43/PageID/8/Default.aspx

Interesting stuff - note the relationships closely match those that I extrapolated from the ERD - of course, they have aspnet_ appended as a prefix, but then I did say that I didn't know the app ;)

Or

http://dnn.polyduck.co.uk/DNNTips/DNNTip1GettingaListofPortalUsers/tabid/234/Default.aspx

Code to create a listbox with all the details. If you just want the SQL, run SQL Profiler against your SQL database to see what stored procedures are called when the statement
ctlUsers.GetUsers(PortalId, false, false);
is executed.
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