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Where do i find ProfileCatalog?

Posted on 2010-09-14
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After searching i found that i should use Database.SetInitializer<ProfileCatalog>(null); to solve my problem, but i cant find ProfileCatalog. What namespace do i look in?

Otherwise, i need another sulution to
"This check requires a connection to the master database, which it appears is not possible with the connection you are using"

Best regards Bjorn
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by:antonybrahin
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System.Web.Profile should have
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by:YouKnowPochen
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it does not.
Shouldn't have to use System.Web in a webformproject anyway
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hehe, im so sorry. It was the DBContext of the solution i foound that was named ProfileCatalog. I just needed to use my own DbContext.
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