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Membershipuser in winform

Posted on 2013-01-28
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I am trying to use Membership.getuser and it keeps erroring out anyone know why
 public int uuid { get; set; }
        Security.MembershipUser selectedUser = Membership.GetUser(Convert.ToInt32(uuid), false); 

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A field initializer cannot reference the non-static field, method, or property
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Where is your this line of code placed?
 Security.MembershipUser selectedUser = Membership.GetUser(Convert.ToInt32(uuid), false); 

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namespace PLM{
    public partial class AddUser : RadForm
    {
public int uuid { get; set; }
        Security.MembershipUser selectedUser = Membership.GetUser(Convert.ToInt32(uuid), false);
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That initialization should be moved inside the Load or some method and not outside in a class...
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Worked - thanks
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