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What potential issues surround two logins at the same second for XML Custom Membership?

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Are there any potential issues?
Is a locking mechanism required to avoid this potential issue?
Please provide an example or link to a similar scenario?
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Dale Burrell earned 500 total points
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None,  even assuming you have multiple threads processing requests on your website (which IIS doesn't by default), a file can be read by multiple threads at the same time.

From a performance perspective you may be better off loading the user details from the XML file and storing them in memory. But you'd a pretty busy site to need to worry about that.
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Thankyou Dale..timely and useful. :)
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