AspNetSqlMembershipProvider Adding New ApplicationName

Posted on 2009-02-10
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
Hi there

I am deploying the application from DEVELOPMENT to PRODUCTION.

We have the first application using AspNetSqlMembershipProvider and running OK and due to it's running own it's dedicated website (root), so we give them applicationName="/" and the same on the database (aspnet_Applications).

Now we are adding new application and again a different dedicated website (root) and I give them the applicaiton as: /WEBSIT02. (both webconfig and database identical). I have a problem to logged to second application.

The URL for 1st Application: (root level)
The URL for 2nd Application: (root level)

Any ideas?
Question by:dewacorp_alliances
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    What problem do you have?

    Error messages?

    Accepted Solution

    Never mind. I don't realise that user has been locked. That's why I can't get in.

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