SharePoint 2010 FBA Pack 1.2.0

Rating:        Based on 2 ratings
Reviewed:  2 reviews
Downloads: 5916
Change Set: 2face97fa796
Released: Nov 21, 2011
Updated: Mar 24, 2012 by ccoulson
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

  • Web parts are now fully customizable via html templates (Issue #323)
  • FBA Pack is now completely localizable using resource files. Thank you David Chen for submitting the code as well as Chinese translations of the FBA Pack!
  • The membership request web part now gives the option of having the user enter the password and removing the captcha (Issue # 447)
  • The FBA Pack will now work in a zone that does not have FBA enabled (Another zone must have FBA enabled, and the zone must contain the membership/role web.config entries)
  • Added Last Login Date to the User Management screen (Issue #399)
  • Users can now be added to SharePoint from the User Management page by adding them to a group.
  • Fixed the breadcrumbs on the Site Settings pages
  • Fixed bugs relating to groups from other sites as well as missing groups. Cleaned up User Information List lookup. Thank you Sigan for submitting the fixes! (Issues #420,421,422)
  • The web parts now display errors more clearly if they occur or if FBA has not been properly configured (Issue #380)
  • Many other bug fixes

For installation and configuration steps see here.

Instructions for customizing the web part layout are here.

If you are bilingual and can do translations for the FBA Pack, any help is greatly appreciated! All files that need to be translated are found in SharePoint2010FBAPack.ResourceFiles.1.2.0.zip. Instructions are here.

Reviews for this release

     
Deployed easily and provided exactly the functionality I needed. Prior to this I was managing users within IIS Manager on my SharePoint server which was a time sink. I believe my deployment of this solution went smoothly because I already had FBA setup for my site collection.
by twhiteatwork on Apr 11, 2012 at 4:17 PM
     
I can't deploy it)
by Anakondos on Feb 28, 2012 at 11:06 AM