WebAuthenticationSuccessAuditEvent Constructor (String, Object, Int32, Int32, String)

 
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Initializes the WebSuccessAuditEvent class using the supplied parameters.

Namespace:   System.Web.Management
Assembly:  System.Web (in System.Web.dll)

protected internal WebAuthenticationSuccessAuditEvent(
	string message,
	object eventSource,
	int eventCode,
	int eventDetailCode,
	string nameToAuthenticate
)

Parameters

message
Type: System.String

The event description.

eventSource
Type: System.Object

The object that is the source of the event.

eventCode
Type: System.Int32

The code associated with the event. When you implement a custom event, the event code must be greater than WebExtendedBase.

eventDetailCode
Type: System.Int32

The WebEventCodes value that specifies the detailed identifier for the event.

nameToAuthenticate
Type: System.String

The name of the authenticated user.

This constructor is used internally by the ASP.NET health-monitoring system. You will never use it to instantiate a WebAuthenticationSuccessAuditEvent object, but you can call this constructor when implementing your own event type that inherits from this class.

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The WebAuthenticationSuccessAuditEvent constructor is not intended to be used directly from your code. It is called by ASP.NET. You can call the WebAuthenticationSuccessAuditEvent constructor when deriving from the WebAuthenticationSuccessAuditEvent class.

The following code example shows how to customize this constructor.

// Invoked in case of events identified by their event code.and 
// event detailed code.
public SampleWebAuthenticationSuccessAuditEvent(
    string msg, object eventSource,
    int eventCode, int detailedCode, string userName):
base(msg, eventSource, eventCode, detailedCode, userName)
{
    // Perform custom initialization.
    customCreatedMsg =
    string.Format("Event created at: {0}",
        DateTime.Now.TimeOfDay.ToString());
}

.NET Framework
Available since 2.0
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