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  • WebForms (No Authentication)

    1 14.29%
  • WebForms (Built In FormsAuthentication)

    1 14.29%
  • WebForms (Custom User Authentication)

    4 57.14%
  • ASP.NET MVC Framework (No Authentication)

    0 0%
  • ASP.NET MVC Framework (With Provided Authentication)

    0 0%
  • Ohter "My application is to specialized to be categorized above."

    1 14.29%
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    Resident OCD goofball! bronze trophy Serenarules's Avatar
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    Question ASP.NET Feature Usage Poll

    Which option best describes the majority of your web development efforts?

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    You forgot the ASP.NET MVC with Custom Authentication, that's how we roll

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    Resident OCD goofball! bronze trophy Serenarules's Avatar
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    DAH! I knew I was forgetting at least one thing. I'll add it if I can.

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    Aparently I can not. If you use such, choose Other and post what it is here.

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    I would vote "whatever is required for the project."

    Also, how deep does the builtin authentication question go? Most of the stuff we have floating around uses the Forms Authentication framework to handle the HTTP bits of authentication, but the backing tends to get real custom real fast.

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    Resident OCD goofball! bronze trophy Serenarules's Avatar
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    I suppose if you manually used the Membership and FormsAuthentication object methods in your own code, to process your own form, instead of using the Login control, and letting the system do it's job, that qualifies as "Custom User Authentication". Unless you entirely replaced it, then it's the last option.

    Really though, I was just trying to get a pulse from the community on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serenarules View Post
    I suppose if you manually used the Membership and FormsAuthentication object methods in your own code, to process your own form, instead of using the Login control, and letting the system do it's job, that qualifies as "Custom User Authentication".
    Well then take one out of "WebForms (Built In FormsAuthentication)" and put it in "WebForms (Custom User Authentication)".

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    Hehe. I can't edit it, but ok. =)

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    Really though, I was just trying to get a pulse from the community on it.
    Thats always the problem, when you ask people to vote between the devil and the deep blue sea. There is always some who want to stand in a puddle and have evil thoughts.

    So I agree, tell 'em to vote, and damn the consequences.

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    What about creating data access layers?


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