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Hi everyone,

I have a client who wants a solution for the following problem. I'm not sure
that its possible but I'll ask anyway.

The client has joined godaddy's reseller plan. They've provided him with a
complete working site that can be viewed here:
https://www.securepaynet.net/gdshop/...38541&ci=3271&

Let's call this site 'godaddy's site'

I have no access to the code of the site nor to its database. Actually all I
can do is to add HTML code to some pages.

The client has another ASP base (.NET 3.5) application to which I have full
access (database and ftp). The site implements .NET membership system.

Let's call this site the 'Client Site'.

I need to creat a registration form on Client's Site. The form will
register the new member on both sites concurrently. The part that register
the new member on Client's Site is trivial, but I dont know if its possible
to do so on godaddy's site.

I'd appreciate if someone can inlight me on this issue.

Thanks,
David
Nov 19 '08 #1
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Hi David,

From your description, you're going to implement a web application which
work as a client, and it need to perform login/authentication against two
applications, one local app that you have API access for the authentication
db, while another application you can only access via browser ,correct?

As for the application which you can only access via webbrowser, I think
you should first try visiting its authentication or registering page to see
how it works, whether it require you to put some image based authenticode.
If not, you can consider writing some code(via the HttpWebRequest class in
.NET) to perform programmtic login or user registering.

Here are some reference about using HttpWebrequest to perform programitc
http post:

#Sample forms authentication test in C#
http://blogs.iis.net/ksingla/archive...uthentication-
test-in-c.aspx

#Working with HttpWebRequest and HttpWebResponse in ASP.NET
http://www.worldofasp.net/aspnet/Tut...with_HttpWebRe
quest_and_HttpWebResponse_in_ASP.NET_114.aspx

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>From: =?Utf-8?B?Z29sZGVucmF0ZQ==?= <go********@nospam.nospam>
Subject: Transferring membership parameters
Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2008 15:29:01 -0800
>
Hi everyone,

I have a client who wants a solution for the following problem. I'm not
sure
>that its possible but I'll ask anyway.

The client has joined godaddy's reseller plan. They've provided him with a
complete working site that can be viewed here:
https://www.securepaynet.net/gdshop/...rog_id=438541&
ci=3271&
>
Let's call this site 'godaddy's site'

I have no access to the code of the site nor to its database. Actually all
I
>can do is to add HTML code to some pages.

The client has another ASP base (.NET 3.5) application to which I have
full
>access (database and ftp). The site implements .NET membership system.

Let's call this site the 'Client Site'.

I need to creat a registration form on Client's Site. The form will
register the new member on both sites concurrently. The part that register
the new member on Client's Site is trivial, but I dont know if its
possible
>to do so on godaddy's site.

I'd appreciate if someone can inlight me on this issue.

Thanks,
David
Nov 20 '08 #2

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