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3/24/2019 7:17 AM
 

Hi,

Please, can you advise, how to create a valid user programmatically with
1) C# 
2) SQL

what is the best option from above? 1 or 2? We will use an external system to create users through other .NET websites. Non-DNN.

My current DNN website is DNN 9.2 (But can upgrade to DNN 9.3)

I appreciate your support for this.

 

 
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3/25/2019 2:43 AM
 
Hi

To create DNN user programmatically please use DNN framework 'C#', instead of SQL. If you use core DNN methods, your code can be reused across multiple DNN versions v8+, v9+ etc. Below is a simple code snippet to create DNN user:

public UserInfo DnnUser_Create(string username, PortalSettings portalSettings)
{
//check if user already exists in DNN
DotNetNuke.Entities.Users.UserInfo _userInfo = DotNetNuke.Entities.Users.UserController.GetCachedUser(portalSettings.PortalId, username);

//user not exists in DNN, let's create him
if (_userInfo == null)
{
//create user
_userInfo = new UserInfo();
_userInfo.Username = username;
_userInfo.PortalID = portalSettings.PortalId;
_userInfo.Membership.Approved = true;
_userInfo.Membership.CreatedDate = DateTime.Now;
_userInfo.AffiliateID = DotNetNuke.Common.Utilities.Null.NullInteger;
_userInfo.Membership.Password = "MySecretPassword";

DotNetNuke.Security.Membership.UserCreateStatus userCreateStatus = UserController.CreateUser(ref _userInfo);
if (userCreateStatus != DotNetNuke.Security.Membership.UserCreateStatus.Success)
{
throw new Exception;
}
}

return _userInfo;
}
 
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3/25/2019 2:49 AM
 
Then you can populate user profile properties according to following code snippet:

public UserInfo DnnUser_SyncProperties(UserInfo userInfo, int portalID)
{
if (userInfo != null)
{
userInfo.IsDeleted = false;
userInfo.Membership.Approved = true;
userInfo.AffiliateID = DotNetNuke.Common.Utilities.Null.NullInteger;

userInfo.DisplayName = "Displayname";
userInfo.FirstName = "FirstName";
userInfo.LastName = "LastName";
userInfo.Email = "email";

UserController.UpdateUser(portalID, userInfo);
}
}
 
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3/25/2019 9:29 AM
 
Thank you very much or your great support.

If I use the mobile app to connect with this, how can I do this? Hope we cannot use the DNN framework for the mobile app.

(Is there a special reason not to recommend SQL user registration? It could be easier since we will use the same database for the web platform and for the mobile platform)
 
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3/25/2019 2:58 PM
 
DNN is a website created at the top of .NET and can't work as mobile app. To connect it with native mobile app I suggest create WebAPI method inside DNN, accessible via REST protocol. In this scenario, all you need to do is set up HTTP channel between DNN and mobile app.
It's much easier work with DNN c# methods than SQL queries. For example to create user you need 'touch' four or more db tables. But if you decide work directly with database I encourage to utilize DNn SQL stored procedures to manage users.
 
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