Basically my whole career I have used Joomla, php, and mysql for all websites I have made. Both out of ease of use and because Network Solutions whom I used to work for switched to using that for all custom sites so we received formal training.
The current company I work for has a massive interactive members site which runs behind a static public facing site. The members site does not have CMS functionality, it just manages new members, stats, etc. It is built with asp.net technology.
I have taken a look at the CMS options out there for ASP.Net and I havn't found one that has more pros than Joomla does. (sitefinity, umbraco, dotnetnuke, etc). For one the extension support is lacking for them and I don't want to have to continually hire developers to make new extensions when they already exist for the Joomla framework.
Okay, that aside my question is:
I want to use Joomla to build the front end public site. The member site will be seperate. However, I need to sync the Joomla users with the asp.net web application users. Username and password - thats it. They can register for the Joomla front end but this will not carry over into the asp.net database. When they register for the asp.net account separately though, it will check against the joomla database and replace that acc
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