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IFtpRoleProvider.IsUserInRole Method [IIS 7]

IIS 7.0

Checks if a user is a member of a specific role.

bool IsUserInRole(
   string sessionId, 
   string siteName,
   string userName, 
   string userRole
)

sessionId

A string that contains the session ID.

siteName

A string that contains the site name.

userName

A string that contains the user name.

userRole

A string that contains the role name.

True if the user is in the role; otherwise, false.

The following code example illustrates using the IFtpAuthenticationProvider and IFtpRoleProvider interfaces to create a custom authentication module for the FTP service that implements both user name and role checks.

using System;
using Microsoft.Web.FtpServer;

namespace FtpAuthentication
{
      public class FtpAuthDemo : BaseProvider,
      IFtpAuthenticationProvider,
      IFtpRoleProvider
   {
      bool IFtpAuthenticationProvider.AuthenticateUser(
         string sessionId,
         string siteName,
         string userName,
         string userPassword,
         out string canonicalUserName)
      {
         // Note: You would add your own custom logic here.
         canonicalUserName = userName;
         string strUserName = "MyUser";
         string strPassword = "MyPassword";

         // Verify that the user name and password are valid.
         // Note: In this example, the user name is case-insensitive
         // and the password is case-sensitive.
         if (((userName.Equals(strUserName,
            StringComparison.OrdinalIgnoreCase))==true) &&
            userPassword == strPassword)
         {
            return true;
         }
         else
         {
            return false;
         }
      }
      bool IFtpRoleProvider.IsUserInRole(
      string sessionId,
         string siteName,
         string userName,
         string userRole)
      {
         // Note: You would add your own custom logic here.
         string strUserName = "MyUser";
         string strRoleName = "MyRole";

         // Verify that the user name and role name are valid.
         // Note: In this example, both the user name and
         // the role name are case-insensitive.
         if (((userName.Equals(strUserName,
            StringComparison.OrdinalIgnoreCase))==true) &&
            ((userRole.Equals(strRoleName,
            StringComparison.OrdinalIgnoreCase))==true))
         {
            return true;
         }
         else
         {
            return false;
         }
      }
   }
}

Type

Description

Client

IIS 7.5

Server

IIS 7.5

Product

FTP 7.5

Reference

Microsoft.Web.FtpServer.dll

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