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Add pagination to user administration?

Topics: ASP.NET 2.0
Dec 6, 2010 at 7:02 PM

I am using ASP.NET membership and have over 250 registered users.  When I tried to view/manage users in the new admin console, no users were displayed.  I thought this may be a size limit on JSON, so I set the following in my web.config:

<jsonSerialization maxJsonLength="500000" />
This fixed the display issue; however, it would be nice to have some pagination on the user management screen (maybe a search feature too).

Dec 8, 2010 at 1:03 AM

Good suggestion.  Another poster here, Jerry, ran into the same problem.

My guess is that a large majority of BE users only have 1 or 2 users.  It would still be good to have pagination though for these cases.

Dec 8, 2010 at 2:51 PM

Thanks for the reply.  The users in my membership database (standard ASP.NET membership) are left over from an older blog I custom wrote.  I started using BlogEngine.NET because it was *way* better than what I wrote.  So, I agree with your point that most BlogEngine.NET blogs would have far fewer users.  However, I also added YetAnotherForum to my blog recently and decided to integrate with the same ASP.NET membership as well.  Everything is working great so far.