Gets or sets a value that indicates whether the user credentials are valid.
Assembly: System.Web.Extensions (in System.Web.Extensions.dll)
If you authenticate user credentials in an event handler for the Authenticating event, set the property to indicate whether the user credentials are valid. If the user credentials are valid and no additional validation is needed, set to true and AuthenticationIsComplete to true. You set the AuthenticationIsComplete property to indicate that the authentication service should bypass the default steps for authenticating a user. The value in is used by the AuthenticationService class only if AuthenticationIsComplete is set to true. If AuthenticationIsComplete is false, the AuthenticationService class calls the default membership provider to validate user credentials, and then overwrites the value in .
The following example shows an event handler that passes UserName and Password values to a custom membership provider to validate the user credentials. The event handler sets to the return value of the ValidateUser method and sets AuthenticationIsComplete to true so that the AuthenticationService class does not validate the credentials.
Available since 3.5