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CreateUserWizardControl - how to exit and display error

Posted on 2014-02-11
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Hi

I have a CreateUserWizard control which is highly customised

On this void:
 protected void CreateUserWizard1_CreatingUser(object sender, LoginCancelEventArgs e)
    {

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I want to call another void called checkAuthorisedEmployeeNumber

    void checkAuthorisedEmployeeNumber(string EmpNo) { 
    
        if (EmpNo == "123456"){
            //user not allowed to register
            //exit the create user wizard and show error message
            
        }

    }

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This is working, but i want to cancel the createUser process and show an error message saying that the user isn't in the authorised list, and cannot register

Can someone help with this code please
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Question by:websss
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1: Make your checkAuthorisedEmployeeNumber return bool: true or false
2: Set e.Cancel accordingly
3: Set the errorMessage

bool checkAuthorisedEmployeeNumber(string EmpNo) { 
    
        if (EmpNo == "123456"){
            return false; //employee not allowed to create account
         }
         return true; // by default allow to create the account
    }

protected void CreateUserWizard1_CreatingUser(object sender, LoginCancelEventArgs e)
{
     if(checkAuthorisedEmployeeNumber(EmpNo) ==false)
     {
             SomeErrorLabel.Text = "You are not allowed to create an account"
             e.Cancel = true;
     }
}

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