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HI guys,

I have implemented user authentication and used owin by .Net framework.

I can't get the concept of how to pass roles to view. The framework gives - var rol = Usermanager.GetRoles(id); to get all roles by user id, but when I get the roles I don't really know how to get these roles and compare them to my model.

Please, help.

Thanks,
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Question by:Moti Mashiah
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Manoj Patil earned 500 total points
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Hey try this

public ActionResult CreateUser()
{
   var model = new CreateUserViewModel();
   ApplicationDbContext appDbContext = new ApplicationDbContext();

   model.Roles = appDbContext.Roles.Select(r => new lb_pgin_bprp.Models.ApplicationRole { Id = r.ID, Name = r.Name }).ToList();
   return View();
}

Also check below
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/30434735/how-to-pass-user-roles-to-view-as-viewmodel-in-asp-net-mvc
http://techbrij.com/role-based-menu-asp-net-mvc
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by:Moti Mashiah
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Was helpful.
Look at my full solution:
var UserManager = new UserManager<ApplicationUser>(new UserStore<ApplicationUser>(context));
            var Rolemanager = new RoleManager<IdentityRole>(new RoleStore<IdentityRole>(context));

            var usr = UserManager.FindById(model.Id);

            usr.FirstName = model.FirstName;
            usr.LastName = model.LastName;
            usr.Email = model.Email;
            UserManager.Update(usr);


            if (admin != null)
            {
                UserManager.AddToRoles(model.Id, "Admin");
            }
            else
            {
                UserManager.RemoveFromRole(model.Id, "Admin");
            }
            if (user != null)
            {
                UserManager.AddToRoles(model.Id, "Users");
            }
            else
            {
                UserManager.RemoveFromRole(model.Id, "Users");
            }
            if(supervisors != null)
            {
                UserManager.AddToRoles(model.Id, "Supervisors");
            }
            else
            {
                UserManager.RemoveFromRole(model.Id, "Supervisors");
            }
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