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ASP.NET Profile data access from Window application or service


We have an ASP.NET application which uses the new Profile feature of ASP.NET
2.0 to maintain user profile information. As part of the software system we
are developing, we need to access the profile information from a separate
Windows application and/or service.

The Profile is a part of the System.Web name space and we are not sure how
to go about accessing the profile data from non-web applications. Anyone
have any advice on how to go about this?

Jun 8 '06 #1
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