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Last login time using the ASP.NET Membership API



I want to find out the last login time for a user in my ASP.NET MVC 1.0 application. I'm using the Membership provider for authentication. Although I'm able to retrieve the last login time using:

public ActionResult LogOn(string userName, string password, bool rememberMe, string returnUrl)     {          if (!ValidateLogOn(userName, password))         {             return View();         }          string lastLogin = Membership.GetUser(userName).LastLoginDate.ToString(); 

This returns the current time from the column LastLoginDate from aspnet_Membership table. Is there a way to tap into the former login time before the records get updated? Are cookies the only way to do this?


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The approach described here (Web Forms) when implemented similarly in MVC could be a more elegant quick fix - http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/16125/Getting-a-user-s-last-login-date-Before-it-s-updat.


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