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Hi.. I'm using ASP.Net membership.
I have a webpage in C# with a ChangePassword Control on it.
How do I override the changepassword() do I can call my custom code to change the password on the page?
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How do I implement it on a page using the ChangePassword control?
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In that article there is a method to show how to override that.
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So I set the ChangePassword control to use this membership provider?
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