HasProfile Method

PassportIdentity.HasProfile Method

Indicates whether a given profile attribute exists in this user's profile.

[Visual Basic]
Public Function HasProfile( _
   ByVal strProfile As String _
) As Boolean
[C#]
public bool HasProfile(
 string strProfile
);
[C++]
public: bool HasProfile(
 String* strProfile
);
[JScript]
public function HasProfile(
   strProfile : String
) : Boolean;

Parameters

strProfile
The Passport profile attribute to query.

Return Value

true if the profile attribute strProfile exists in this user's profile; otherwise, false.

Remarks

For more information, see the Passport SDK documentation in the MSDN Library at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library .

Example

[Visual Basic] 
<!-- 
This example demonstrates implementing the soft sign-in authentication approach. 
In order for the example to work, the following requirements must be met. 
You can find details on these requirements in the Passport SDK documentation.

1. You must modify the Web.config file associated with this page so that 
authentication mode is set to "Passport".
2. You must have the Passport SDK installed.
3. You must have a Passport Site ID for the site where your page resides. 
If your Site ID is in the PREP environment, you will also need a PREP Passport.
4. You must have installed the encryption key you received after registering your 
site and receiving a site ID.
5. You must have the Passport Manager object settings correctly configured for your site.
-->

    . . . 
<!-- To view this code snippet in a fully-working example, see the 
PassportIdentity Class topic. -->

    . . . 
                    Dim identity As PassportIdentity = Me.Context.User.Identity
                    ' Determine whether the user is already signed in with a valid
                    ' and current ticket. Passing -1 for the parameter values 
                    ' indicates the default values will be used.
                    If (identity.GetIsAuthenticated(-1, -1, -1)) Then
                        Me.Response.Write("Welcome to the site.<br><br>")
                        ' Print the Passport sign in button on the screen.
                        Me.Response.Write(identity.LogoTag2())
                        ' Make sure the user has core profile information before
                        ' trying to access it.
                        If (identity.HasProfile("core")) Then
                            Me.Response.Write("<b>You have been authenticated as " & _ 
                            "Passport identity:" & identity.Name & "</b></p>")
                        End If

[C#] 
<!-- 
This example demonstrates implementing the soft sign-in authentication approach. 
In order for the example to work, the following requirements must be met. 
You can find details on these requirements in the Passport SDK documentation.

1. You must modify the Web.config file associated with this page so that 
authentication mode is set to "Passport".
2. You must have the Passport SDK installed.
3. You must have a Passport Site ID for the site where your page resides. 
If your Site ID is in the PREP environment, you will also need a PREP Passport.
4. You must have installed the encryption key you received after registering 
your site and receiving a site ID.
5. You must have the Passport Manager object settings correctly configured for 
your site.
-->

    . . . 
<!-- To view this code snippet in a fully-working example, see the 
PassportIdentity Class topic. -->

    . . . 
                    PassportIdentity identity = (this.Context.User.Identity as PassportIdentity);    
                    // Determine whether the user is already signed in with a valid
                    // and current ticket. Passing -1 for the parameter values 
                    // indicates the default values will be used.
                    if (identity.GetIsAuthenticated(-1, -1, -1))
                    {
                        this.Response.Write("Welcome to the site.<br><br>");
                        // Print the Passport sign in button on the screen.
                        this.Response.Write(identity.LogoTag2());
                        // Make sure the user has core profile information before
                        // trying to access it.
                        if (identity.HasProfile("core"))
                        {
                            this.Response.Write("<b>You have been authenticated as " + 
                                "Passport identity:" + identity.Name + "</b></p>");
                        }
                    }

[C++, JScript] No example is available for C++ or JScript. To view a Visual Basic or C# example, click the Language Filter button Language Filter in the upper-left corner of the page.

Requirements

Platforms: Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional, Windows Server 2003 family

See Also

PassportIdentity Class | PassportIdentity Members | System.Web.Security Namespace

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