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SqlProfileProvider Schema Pains

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 20, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

So, I made my first asp.net website, after a lot of pain, everything works on the developer machine. I upload the website, create a script of the database and execute it on the server, look at the website and i get this:

The 'System.Web.Profile.SqlProfileProvider' requires a database schema compatible with schema version '1'.  However, the current database schema is not compatible with this version.  You may need to either install a compatible schema with aspnet_regsql.exe (available in the framework installation directory), or upgrade the provider to a newer version.

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