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Copy table contents from one table to another

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  1. Srk
    Srk avatar
    13 posts
    28 Feb 2012
    25 Sep 2013
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    I have created a table in sitefinity database named abc. I want to copy all the rows/ records of from abc table to default sitefinity table named sf_users. How can i perform this operation ?
    In abc table, i have many columns like 50 columns fields, i will manage that fields in both table, but i need to know how i can transfer data from abc to Sf_users, and Sf_sitefinity_profiles ?
  2. Ivan D. Dimitrov
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    310 posts
    26 Mar 2015
    30 Sep 2013
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     You cannot copy the contents of a custom made table to Sitefinity tables freely via SQL statements. This will cause many problems considering ID, inheritance, hierarchy, sequence and restrictions. If you want to make changes by adding/removing/modifying users and user profiles you have to do so from the API. This will generate all of the entries listed above automatically while you only enter the needed data - name, email etc. The following sample shows how to create a user with administrative role through the API:

    var userManager = UserManager.GetManager("Provider - Defualt or Ldap");
               System.Web.Security.MembershipCreateStatus status;
               userManager.Provider.SuppressSecurityChecks = true;
               var user = userManager.CreateUser("Username", "Password", "Email@test.com", "SecretQuestion", "SecretAnswer", true, null, out status);
               RoleManager roleManager = RoleManager.GetManager("AppRoles");
               roleManager.Provider.SuppressSecurityChecks = true;
               var role = roleManager.GetRole("Role you want to assign");
               roleManager.AddUserToRole(user, role);
    For a more detailed explanation on using Sitefinity API, please refer to our Documentation. Regards,
    Ivan D. Dimitrov
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