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I have deployed a web site with some webservices.
The user have the details of his account, saved like object into
profile but I can use the membership properties and I can authenticate
the user by WebServices in https mode but I can't use the profiler..
what can I do?

Antonio Feliziani

May 15 '06 #1
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I didnt get your question correctly, but let me answer what i have
understood, First tell me is this profiler class is serializable?? expose
this class somehow ...

"Antonio" wrote:
I have deployed a web site with some webservices.
The user have the details of his account, saved like object into
profile but I can use the membership properties and I can authenticate
the user by WebServices in https mode but I can't use the profiler..
what can I do?

Antonio Feliziani

May 15 '06 #2
hi, my question is
Is possible use the Profile in a WebService? (from Systems.Web.Pro file)
i have one site and wservice in the same IIs WebSite Dir and i whant
use the profile data if is possible

Bye and tnxs
Antonio F.

May 15 '06 #3
i have see in the webservice i can use HttpContext.Cur rent.Profile
but i cant use my serializable metod :|

May 16 '06 #4

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