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How would I move a password from ASP.net  app, to a PHP bulletin board app?

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I have a problem, I have a PHP bulletin board with members.  What I would like to do is, build a membership based web site in ASP.net and SQL Server 2005.  I would like to create some kind of system, where a member can connect to the PHP bulletin board (membership is in MySQL database) without having to log in.  Is there a way that I can send their password to the PHP bulletin board, and login without them having to reenter their username and password?

Thanks for any help!  
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You can submit a form to the php site from the asp.net site, and the php site will get the POST values and authenticate. So this is something like normal html post to the php area, this should work?
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can you point me to a sample?
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I don't see a sample but i have done this...

Have a form in your asp.net page with password filled, and submit this page to the php site on clicking a link or button....


receive the posted values using $_POST values....

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