When you setup a new WebAPI 2 project with ASP.Net Identity 2.1.0 Individual User Account authentication, it utilizes the default AspNet* tables (ie: AspNetUsers, AspNetRoles, etc).
We have an existing system that already has our own tables used for authentication and authorization. We want you to create a new Custom Storage Provider that will wrap our MS SQL Server tables and allow us to use them with ASP.Net Identity 2.1.0
Microsoft has already provided the steps here:
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We just don't have the time and are looking for someone to throw small tasks like this who is an ASP.NET NINJA.
This is a very small task, but it will give us an idea of what you are capable of.
I have attached a simple SQL script to create the table structure we want you to target.
- Please contact me if you need more details - I will answer back quickly.
- If you send a generic reply like "we do anything, please contact us" it will be ignored.
- This is not a large project so it will not be hourly - the price must be a fixed bid.
- Your code will be reviewed by our team so keep it clean and documented at least a bit
- Verbal is not required, and perfection is *not* expected, but as long as you and I can communicate over email/IM that's all I ask!
TECH / SETUP INSTRUCTIONS:
- You will use the latest version of ASP.Net Identity (currently 2.1.0)
- You will use the latest version of MS WebAPI (currently 2.2)
- You will use the latest version of MS Entity Framework (currently 6.1.1)
- SQL Server version shouldn't matter, but we're using 2012
To setup in VS 2013: New Project -> ASP.Net Web Application -> Select WebAPI -> Ensure Authentication is set to "Individual User Accounts" -> Click OK
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