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I'm not sure if these articles would apply in your situation but adding an event handler for the ExecutingWebRequest solved the Forbidden errors I was getting when making CSOM calls. Although most of these articles apply to previous versions of SharePoint I was able to get it working with our 2013 environment. ...
I got answer at MSDN forums as in the below link http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/sharepoint/en-US/7b261280-b29d-4545-afc0-9c78c05a982b/sharepoint-fba-using-ad-lds-vs-asnet-sql-membership-database?forum=sharepointgeneral
I usually just use the membership provider only for authentication, and store the profile fields directly in SharePoint user's profile.
You can use the Profile Provider for this, which let's you associate any arbitrary information you wish with the user. Alternatively, you could create your own table(s) that store additional user-related information. This is a little more work since you're on the hook for creating your own tables and creating the code to get and save data to and from these ...
After quite a lot of searching and blog reading the unfortunate solution I have come up with is that it's not possible for our network. Basically, sharepoint does not or cannot connect profiles from two different authentication models. There is however a work around. ADFS offers both windows automatic sign on and forms sign on thus sharepoint thinks it's ...
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