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Integrate Facebook (social) logins with Forms authentication..

Integrate Facebook (social) logins with Forms authentication..

Integrate Facebook (social) logins with Forms authentication..


currently I am working on a website that only allows authenticated users to browse. Authentication is being done via Forms Authentication/CommerceServer .

There is a desirement to allow our members to authenticate with facebook, but to have that account linked internally to our current Commerce Server based login. IE, I click Facebook login, the site authenticates the user via openauth, and gets the auth token back.

What I have seen seems to either allow login via forms or facebook and would allow me to use the site either way, but the accounts aren't linked.

We need to link the accounts to access previous orders, wishlists and shopping carts. Is this possible. Any helpful links...

Any and all thoughts are welcome.



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