Mari Jørgensen
Jan 31, 2022
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Upgrading to Optimizely 12 ASP.NET Core Identity

Migrating from ASP.NET Identity to ASP.NET Core Identity might be a bit tricky. This blog post, written by my brilliant colleague, Sven-Erik, should help tackle the obstacles along the way. 

Read full article on our company blog:

Jan 31, 2022


Luc Gosso (MVP)
Luc Gosso (MVP) Jan 31, 2022 03:23 PM

Very well written, Sven-Erik! lets hope @optimizely CMS core team, looks at the changes needed to simplify overrides needed to ApplicationBuilderExtensions,ApplicationOptionsPostConfigurer and AspNetIdentitySchemaUpdater.

I will try it asap, thx! and will link to it from my blog post 

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