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Hi experts
in vs 2010,can create an empty web
but create a web application by default , it has a simple design with login, home page and about page
where r those code? where are the account data saved? dont see any DB files , and if i want to change a few functions , where can i find those code working for login control and register control?

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The account data is saved to ~/APP_DATA/aspnetdb_tmp.mdf by default.

Where is what code?

The code for the login page is at ~/Account/Login.aspx, but that uses an inbuilt control (i.e. <asp:Login />). It handles authentication against the database mentioned above. When the user is authenticated, the Login control will use forms authentication to create an auth cookie.

The home page, and about page are at ~/ (i.e. the root directory).

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by:hukaka
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thank kias
I thought there should be an mdf in App_Data, but cant find it , is it hiden?
also saw those web controls , but cs file for those controls are almost empty.
need to change VS setting to view those code?
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by:cubaman_24
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Hello hukaka:
It will be created by aspnet on your first run.
Best regards
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by:hukaka
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thanks cuba
thats what i thought

I debugged it ,and registered an account .
later I debugged it again and login with that account , worked , means some data must be saved .
but in solution explorer , no mdf file can be found .
was it saved in somewhere else? like a copy of solution has been made in local iis folder?
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Hello:
As KiasChaos83 pointed before, it will be created in ~/app_data folder.
Best regards.
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by:KiasChaos83
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Thanks for the points

The MDF may not show up in the solution as you would expect. Check the actual build directory at the path mentioned.

Cheers
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