Accessing User.ProviderUserKey through Page.User

I'm currently using the standard SqlMembershipProvider that ships with ASP.NET.  I have used the aspnet_regsql tool to add the membership tables to my database.  I would like to access User.ProviderUserKey on my pages and I'm wondering what the best way of doing this is.

Let me explain... Most tables in my database have a UserId (uniqueidentifier) column that stores the UserId of the user who contributed each row into the table.  In my pages that provide insert functionality I would like to just call the Insert method passing a reference to either my user or just the user's guid.  However, I can't seem to figure out how.  The best I've come up with in a one line solution is this: 


but that means an extra database call for each Insert.  There must be a better way of doing this, right?

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 As far as I know that is the only way. If you really want to avoid the second database call you could have your sql obtain the userid from the username and just have the username on the web side of your app. Then you can always in your sql know you have to take username and turn it into the userid.

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12/13/2007 7:10:26 PM

Thanks, yea, that does help actually - puts me in the right direction.

I figure I'll just extend the Page object and keep a (lazy) property called CurrentUserId.  That way it's easy to get when I need it, will only do the query once no matter how many inserts I need, and will exist for all pages.


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