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Sharepoint 2007 Custom Role Provider

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 02, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
I have been trying to configure Sharepoint 2007 to use a custom role provider (using Forms based authentication) that we have developed.  I have been following the tutorial at http://www.andrewconnell.com/blog/articles/HowToConfigPublishingSiteWithDualAuthProvidersAndAnonAccess.aspx, so my configuration files look similar (only database connection string changes).   I have the Membership role provider working (able to add users to my site collection) but am not able to figure out what i have done wrong in setting up the role provider.   To verify that our code works, I setup an empty website project and called the asp.net configuation tool (as described in the above reference article) and am able to view/create/remove/etc... roles as expected, so I think the role provider is working correctly.   What is the recommended way to debug my problem?   Thanks Greg.

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