whiteg
  •  whiteg
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2008-06-04T06:04:18Z
Hi all

I just downloaded and installed 1.9.3. I was under the impression that thi version was using the standard SQLMembership Provider with the standard database schema. The standard version uses GUIDs for the UserID but I see from the 1.9.3 database that the UserID is int?

Obviously if the userid was a GUID, incorporating YAF forum into my site would be much easier.

Am I missing something here?

Thanks
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Jaben
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2008-06-04T11:38:41Z
whiteg wrote:

Am I missing something here?



Yes. GUID is used -- just try it.
whiteg
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2008-07-12T00:12:10Z
I am definately missing somethng - The UserID in the yaf_User table is int.

This is for version 1.9.3. Perhaps I havent installed something else? Are there new installation instructions for ver 1.9.3?

Thanks



Jaben
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2008-07-12T01:08:48Z
What are you trying to do? Why aren't you just using membership -- YAF handles all the details automatically.
whiteg
  •  whiteg
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2008-07-12T23:11:21Z
Hi

I have an existing database using membership - I need to pass to UserGuid to YAF when my user registers on my site. This is why I am looking for a UserID field in YAF that is a guid.
Mek
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2008-07-13T01:45:28Z
YAF will do this automatically for you. Basically the YAF_User table maps your memberhsip UID to our own UID which is ofc used throughout YAF.
Jaben purposefully built in a sync which will scan the membership table and add any neccessary users/group, thus you don't actually need to do the work yourself.

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whiteg
  •  whiteg
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2008-07-13T10:56:15Z
Ok - sounds good ... now all I need to know is how to install it?

Thanks
Jeff
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2008-07-31T10:15:34Z
Do you anticipate any major changes (architecture or otherwise) between now and the final release of v1.9.3?
Mek
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2008-07-31T11:09:43Z
Nope architecture will remain the same as its been majorly revamped already for this version. Bug fixes mainly, with possibly an additional feature(s) thrown in.
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"It's a case of RTFM.. the only problem being we don't have a manual!"

When I post FP:Mek in a topic, I'm leaving my footprint there so I can track it once I get into coding/supporting. (Yes I stole this off Ederon 🙂 )
whiteg
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2008-08-18T08:01:01Z
OK - finally got back to sorting this - I see the guid in the user table, nice one. Now, how do I log my users in automatically -

Thanks

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