As always, we start from where we ended last time, that is aspnet_regsql.exe.
We have seen how aspnet_regsql.exe looks about. Now time to work around it and probably get into the real task.
There are several server controls which can talk to the Data source. But It needs providers to get works going.
So the things happen like this: server controls interact with the providers to retrieve informations about the users from the Data sources.
ASP.NET 3.5 provides two membership providers out of the box.
membership system to connect to Microsoft’s SQL Server 2000/2005 as well as with Microsoft
SQL Server Express Edition.
to use the membership system to connect to Microsoft’s Active Directory.
The default provider is the SqlMembershipProvider instance.
//here is the config settings in web.config
//end of the code
Now here in web.config, you can control your provider’s characters, like
minRequiredNonalphanumericCharacters=”1″ could be minRequiredNonalphanumericCharacters=”0″
So that you while registering you need not provide any Ulpha Numeric Character. But always it’s advisable to do that for resisting reverse engineering.