Apologies if this is the incorrect forum. Please let me know if it should have been posted elsewhere. Please let me know if I need to clarify anthing. Thanks in advance for any suggestions, direction pointing, etc.
I have been using all three features of client application services (authentication, profiles, and roles) in my windows app (DotNet 3.5 framework) for almost two years now. Up until now, I have not had any problems. This week I hit a brick wall and am
pretty stumped with two seperate but related issues.
In development, we decided to upgrade our websites/services to DotNet 4.0. All applications upgraded successfully. However we are unable to log into our application using Client Application services. No matter what user we use, Membership.ValidateUser returns
false. Since we know the username and passwords, we thought this was strange. When debugging the application, we found that Membership.ValidateUser was throwing an InvalidOperationException (see below for complete exception) stating that the ASPXAUTH property
was too long, longer that the schema created in the SQL/CE database. (See below for things tried).
In production .. A user all of the sudden could no longer gain access to the application. Upon inspection, his ASPXAUTH cookie was 264 characters long (9 characters longer than the schemas nvarchar(256)). E
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