Bug Compare Variable Session

Hello,

I want to compare a variable Session to know if he is admin or not.
But it's don't work. To verify if i have a session active, i do <%= Session["Role"] %> and i see Administrateur.
I don't know why he don't enter in my statement if.

string role = Session["Role"].ToString();
            if (role == "Administrateur")
{
work
}
else
{
don't work
}

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Thanks for help.
bruno_boccaraAsked:
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Ryan ChongCommented:
at row 2 (the actual line in your codes), can you put a break point and see what you get for variable "role" ?
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bruno_boccaraAuthor Commented:
"Administrateur " but when i see it in debug, there is a space between r and "
Maybe bug is here ?
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hieloCommented:
I would first see where it is being initialized.  If you can't find the source, then try trimming it first:
string role = Session["Role"].ToString().Trim();
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bruno_boccaraAuthor Commented:
I have success to do it. In my Db, i have many roles and i have a role with name "Administrateur". But like i say, when i write manually the name of this role, i write with a space after r.
But i think use Trim() like you say, it is more safely.

Thanks.
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