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Role Varification in OnloggedIn event

Posted on 2006-11-21
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The below code is not working for me at all. it gets to the if statement and reads it as false for both of the if statements. although if I manually set it up to go to a specific page after login and on that page provide a list box that displays the roles that the current user is in it will show the correct roles. Is this an issue with just the way that the Onloggedin event works?


protected void OnLoggedin(object sender, EventArgs e)
{


if (Roles.IsUserInRole("registered"))
{

Response.Redirect(

"~/home.aspx");
}


if (Roles.IsUserInRole("employer"))
{

Response.Redirect(

"~/employers/myprofile.aspx");
}

Session.Add(

"UIDGuid", userId);
}
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Question by:Scripter25
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by:sandip132
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Roles.IsUserInRole will be false if the page does not postback to the server.

Cheers!!!
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by:Scripter25
ID: 17992685
So forgive me if I am missing something but what you are saying overall is I would have to technically either have the form post back to itself and do a

if(isPostback)

{

if(Roles.IsUserInRole(Login1.UserName,"employer"))
{

 

 Or place the code onto the page load of whatever page I want it to post to. possibly a simple page that just decides where to send the user from there?

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sandip132 earned 500 total points
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You can choose any option where the code will get executed as a result of postback.

Try debugging.
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