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Anyway to have 2 "contains" in this LINQ?

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This line of code gets all the users with RoleId of 1.

I want to get all the users with all the roles (RoleId =1, RoleId =2,etc)

Anyway to do this with LINQ?

 
var users = _dataContext.Users.Where(x => x.Roles.Select(y => y.RoleId).Contains("1")).ToList();

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Question by:Camillia
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by:FarWest
ID: 40462248
use this sample
List<string> cities = new List<string>() {"London", "Vancouver", "San Francisco"};

var cutomers = from c in Customers
        where cities.Contains(c.City)
        select c;

from
https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/47acd270-b097-4d5e-bfd1-4be25f7a0713/how-to-use-in-clause-in-linq?forum=linqtosql
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it_saige earned 250 total points
ID: 40462292
Perhaps something like:
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;

namespace EE_Q28568474
{
	class Data
	{
		public string RoleID { get; set; }
	}

	class Program
	{
		readonly static List<Data> @set = new List<Data>()
		{ 
			new Data() { RoleID = "Role1"},
			new Data() { RoleID = "Role2"}
		};

		static void Main(string[] args)
		{
			var methodbased = @set.Where(x => x.RoleID.Contains("1") || x.RoleID.Contains("2")).Select(x => x.RoleID);
			var expressionbased = (from data in @set where data.RoleID.Contains("1") || data.RoleID.Contains("2") select data.RoleID);

			Console.WriteLine("Method based...");
			foreach (var item in methodbased)
				Console.WriteLine(item);

			Console.WriteLine("Expression based...");
			foreach (var item in expressionbased)
				Console.WriteLine(item);
			Console.ReadLine();
		}
	}
}

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Produces the following output:Capture.JPG
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by:Camillia
ID: 40462329
Ah, I have to actually name the roles. For example, if someone down the road adds another role, I have to change the code.

There's no such thing as "get ALL the roles" without naming them, looks like it.
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Expert Comment

by:Richard Lee
ID: 40462377
Hi Camilla,

You should check out the AccountController methods where you should find a lot of methods that suit your needs.

context.Roles.Select(r => r.Name)

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by:it_saige
ID: 40462386
Not really name (so to speak) but if you are wanting to get multiple integer values you either convert the integer to a string and then use String.Contains or select the values where the value matches a comparer, e.g. -
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;

namespace EE_Q28568474
{
	class Data
	{
		public int RoleID { get; set; }
		public string Name { get; set; }
	}

	class Program
	{
		readonly static List<Data> @set = new List<Data>()
		{ 
			new Data() { RoleID = 1, Name = "Role1"},
			new Data() { RoleID = 2, Name = "Role2"},
			new Data() { RoleID = 3, Name = "Role3"},
			new Data() { RoleID = 31, Name = "Role31"},
		};

		static void Main(string[] args)
		{
			var MethodBaseIntEquals = @set.Where(x => x.RoleID.Equals(1) || x.RoleID.Equals(2)).Select(x => x.RoleID);
			var ExpressionBasedIntEquals = (from data in @set where data.RoleID.Equals(1) || data.RoleID.Equals(2) select data.RoleID);
			var MethodBaseStringContains = @set.Where(x => x.RoleID.ToString().Contains("1") || x.RoleID.ToString().Contains("2")).Select(x => x.RoleID);
			var ExpressionBasedStringContains = (from data in @set where data.RoleID.ToString().Contains("1") || data.RoleID.ToString().Contains("2") select data.RoleID);

			Console.WriteLine("Method based int equals...");
			foreach (var item in MethodBaseIntEquals)
				Console.WriteLine(item);

			Console.WriteLine();
			Console.WriteLine("Expression based int equals...");
			foreach (var item in ExpressionBasedIntEquals)
				Console.WriteLine(item);

			Console.WriteLine();
			Console.WriteLine("Method based string contains...");
			foreach (var item in MethodBaseStringContains)
				Console.WriteLine(item);

			Console.WriteLine();
			Console.WriteLine("Expression based string contains...");
			foreach (var item in ExpressionBasedStringContains)
				Console.WriteLine(item);
			Console.ReadLine();
		}
	}
}

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Produces the following output:Capture.JPG
As to why your initial solution is not working, it is because you are using Enumerable.Contains, which is used to tell if an Enumerable contains a value and not used to select a value as part of a linq statement.

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by:Camillia
ID: 40462434
Thanks, i'll take a look
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Assisted Solution

by:louisfr
louisfr earned 250 total points
ID: 40463945
If the list of Roles is in _dataContext.Roles, you can use
var users = _dataContext.Users.Where(x => ! _dataContext.Roles.Select(y => y.RoleId).Except(x.Roles.Select(y => y.RoleId)).Any()).ToList()

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by:Camillia
ID: 40464267
I'll try it, thanks
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by:Camillia
ID: 40464749
I turned on Profiler and that LINQ comes out as this and doesn't bring back any rows --> louisfr

SELECT 
    [Extent1].[Id] AS [Id], 
    [Extent1].[Email] AS [Email], 
    [Extent1].[EmailConfirmed] AS [EmailConfirmed], 
    [Extent1].[PasswordHash] AS [PasswordHash], 
    [Extent1].[SecurityStamp] AS [SecurityStamp], 
    [Extent1].[PhoneNumber] AS [PhoneNumber], 
    [Extent1].[PhoneNumberConfirmed] AS [PhoneNumberConfirmed], 
    [Extent1].[TwoFactorEnabled] AS [TwoFactorEnabled], 
    [Extent1].[LockoutEndDateUtc] AS [LockoutEndDateUtc], 
    [Extent1].[LockoutEnabled] AS [LockoutEnabled], 
    [Extent1].[AccessFailedCount] AS [AccessFailedCount], 
    [Extent1].[UserName] AS [UserName]
    FROM [dbo].[AspNetUsers] AS [Extent1]
    WHERE  NOT EXISTS (SELECT 
        1 AS [C1]
        FROM  (SELECT 
            [Extent2].[Id] AS [Id]
            FROM [dbo].[AspNetRoles] AS [Extent2]
        EXCEPT
            SELECT 
            [Extent3].[RoleId] AS [RoleId]
            FROM [dbo].[AspNetUserRoles] AS [Extent3]
            WHERE [Extent1].[Id] = [Extent3].[UserId]) AS [Except1]
    )

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Expert Comment

by:louisfr
ID: 40464916
If it brings no rows, maybe it means there are no users with all the roles.
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by:Camillia
ID: 40464928
I have one user with one role.
One user with no role.

It's ok if we can't figure it out. I can do it in a stored proc.
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Expert Comment

by:louisfr
ID: 40466258
How many roles is there?
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by:Camillia
ID: 40466711
2 roles. But users belong to one role. They can't be in 2 roles.
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by:louisfr
ID: 40469288
I quote: "I want to get all the users with all the roles"
If no user can have all the roles, then you won't get any user with all the roles.
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by:louisfr
ID: 40469289
Do you want to get the users grouped by role?
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by:Camillia
ID: 40469353
>I quote: "I want to get all the users with all the roles"
If no user can have all the roles, then you won't get any user with all the roles.

Do you want to get the users grouped by role?

No, I dont need it grouped. Just a grid with a list of users and their roles.
If a user doesn't have a role, in SQL, it can still be brought back with a Left Join. The "role" column will have nothing in it. I think that can be done with LINQ as well. That's what I wanted to try to begin with...join Users and Roles objects together.
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by:louisfr
ID: 40469377
The following returns a collection of objects with properties User and Role (which can be null).
var users = _dataContext.Users.Select(user => new { User = user, Role = _dataContext.Roles.SingleOrDefault(role => user.Roles.Contains(role.RoleId)) });

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by:Camillia
ID: 40469428
Thanks, Louisfr. I really appreciate it that you stayed with this ticket. Let me try it and will post back.
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by:Camillia
ID: 40470486
I get this error. There's no "role.RoleId". I see role.Name and role.Id.  Tried both but i get the same error.

(It's ok if we need to give up)
rolerror.png
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Expert Comment

by:louisfr
ID: 40470949
Not easy without the data definitions.

Instead of
user.Roles.Contains(role.RoleId)

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you can try
user.Roles.Contains(role)

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or
user.Roles.Any(userRole => userRole.RoleId == role.RoleId)

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by:Camillia
ID: 40471031
I'll try it, thanks
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by:Camillia
ID: 40472597
Just in case you're wondering, this one worked. Thank you so much for sticking with this question.
It gets all the user information..including role name and Id.

              var users = _dataContext.Users.Select(user => new { User = user, Role = _dataContext.Roles.FirstOrDefault(role => user.Roles.Any(userRole => userRole.RoleId == role.Id)) });

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