Discussion of open issues, suggestions and bugs regarding ADO.NET provider for MySQL
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I have the following Web.Config entries based on your documentation - except I changed cookieless to "true". I am struggling in turning off COOKIES for my clients when they try to LOGIN. (Having the cookes enabled is causing more trouble than they're worth since people can't seem to figure out their IE settings.) So, I added the "true" option in an attempt to disable cookies ... but I have a client that still is failing on a cookie requirement even with that setting. Should that be all that is required in my web.config file to disable this or do I also have to modify the ROLES cookie section?? I've been to MSDN but have yet to figure this out. Thanks... !!
Alexey _ I *figured* out how to eliminate cookies. I've included my web.config settigns below that now prevent Cookies from being set. However, per my OTHER post, this is only a temporary solution until I can get that other post working. To be clear, what I'm *really* trying to implement is a method to allow a user to remain logged in forever -- or the TIMEOUT that I set in my web.config file. So while this cookieless environment is at least allowing my users to access my site, they continue to timeout after 20 mins. Here's my web.config area re: cookiless state.