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Over the past few weeks I've been attempting to convert the readily available C# code for the Membership Provider etc whilst working with MS Access. I'm fairly experienced with VB unlike C# and have ran AccessMembershipProvider.cs, AccessConnectionHelper.cs and so on through 3 different converters. All of which have given a varying degree of errors, all of which I've fixed, either by ever so slightly re-writing the logic or in the Cryptographic case finding a working translation.
This evening I have fixed all of the errors from all of the now converted VB files (which I was pretty pleased about as you can imagine), I then created a simple login page to test this out, added a new user to the system and tried to login to find out I'm being told the username or password is wrong.
Just to clarify, the converters all had an error or two or even more in some cases which I've bypassed but now I can't login - at all!!
Any initial suggestions?
Finally I've written reams of code over the years and am really stumped on this one, has knowone actually successfully converted these files from C# to VB and actually got it working?? I'm not looking for someone to send me there hard work but I am almost at the point of not wanting to bother with it anymore and I just can't believe that it's not out there to download
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I'm tried SELECT * INTO XXX FROM OPENROWSET alongwith Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0.
Apparently the query requires the sql account to have SYSADMIN privileges.
Considering that SYSADMIN should not be provided to a database account on a Production Server, I tried using the Linked Server method.
Following is my code.
Exec sp_addlinkedserver 'AB2','Ace 12.0','Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0','\\188.8.131.52\sagarr\Test1\cpc\c2\AB2.xlsx',NULL,'Excel 12.0;IMEX=1'Exec sp_addlinkedsrvlogin 'AB2','false',NULL,NULL,NULLgoSELECT * INTO [CPCAB2.xlsx] FROM OPENQUERY([AB2] ,'SELECT * FROM [Sheet1$]')Exec sp_dropserver 'AB2','droplogins'
Now i get the following error
Error.15247-User does not have permission to perform this action
My Excel file, Database and Windows Application run on separate machines.
i have provided the following privileges
GRANT ALTER ANY LOGIN TO sqlaccountGRANT ALTER ANY LINKED SERVER TO sqlaccountEXEC sp_configure 'show advanced options', 1RECONFIGUREEXEC sp_configure 'ad hoc distributed queries', 1RECONFIGUREThe DisAllowAdHocProcess in