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  • Fengelz 106 posts 221 karma points
    Jul 31, 2014 @ 12:44
    Fengelz
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    Members.Login

    Hola. I'm in the early stages of creating a site which will solely be for logged in members. I've spent a good amount of hours trying to get the login functionality working.

    I've tried the pre constructed macros in Umbraco the .NET membership class and now this:

    var login = Members.Login("test", "1234");
    <p>@login</p>
    if(login)
    {
        <p>@Members.IsLoggedIn()</p>
    
        <p>@Members.GetCurrentLoginStatus().IsLoggedIn</p>
    }
    

    This basically writes out:

    True

    False

    False

    I can see in the Members section in the backend that the test member is logged in by the "last login date" but I can't figure out how to check if the member is logged in persistantly across the pages.

    Shouldn't I be able to do it this simply? Or is there something I'm totally missing?

    Cheers - Sune

  • Dennis Aaen 4448 posts 17913 karma points admin hq c-trib
    Jul 31, 2014 @ 12:50
    Dennis Aaen
    0

    Hi Sune,

    If you are using Umbraco 7, you could take a look at the pre-defined Razor code snippets for a login form, and there is also a snippet that should give you the login status.

    The pre-define snippet for getting login status looks like this:

    @inherits Umbraco.Web.Macros.PartialViewMacroPage

    @using System.Web.Mvc.Html
    @using ClientDependency.Core.Mvc
    @using Umbraco.Web
    @using Umbraco.Web.Models
    @using Umbraco.Web.Controllers

    @{
        var loginStatusModel = Members.GetCurrentLoginStatus();

        Html.EnableClientValidation();
        Html.EnableUnobtrusiveJavaScript();
        Html.RequiresJs("/umbraco_client/ui/jquery.js");
        Html.RequiresJs("/umbraco_client/Application/JQuery/jquery.validate.min.js");
        Html.RequiresJs("/umbraco_client/Application/JQuery/jquery.validate.unobtrusive.min.js");

        var logoutModel = new PostRedirectModel();
       
        @*
            Here you can specify a redirect URL for after logging out, by default umbraco will simply
            redirect to the current page. Example to redirect to the home page:
           
            logoutModel.RedirectUrl = "/";
        *@
    }

    @* NOTE: This RenderJsHere code should be put on your main template page where the rest of your script tags are placed *@
    @Html.RenderJsHere()

    @if (loginStatusModel.IsLoggedIn)
    {
        <p>You are currently logged in as @loginStatusModel.Name</p>

        using (Html.BeginUmbracoForm<UmbLoginStatusController>("HandleLogout"))
        {
             <fieldset>
                 <legend>Logout</legend>
                 <button>Logout</button>
             </fieldset>
       
            @Html.HiddenFor(m => logoutModel.RedirectUrl)
        }
    }

    Hope this can pull you in the rigtht direction.

    /Dennis

  • Fengelz 106 posts 221 karma points
    Jul 31, 2014 @ 12:56
    Fengelz
    0

    Yeah, as I wrote, I tried those already without luck. :/ I implemented the loginstatus macro in my master template and the login macro on my login page but added

    @else { <p>You are not logged in </p> }
    

    after

    @if (loginStatusModel.IsLoggedIn){
    <p>You are currently logged in as @loginStatusModel.Name</p>
    
    using (Html.BeginUmbracoForm<UmbLoginStatusController>("HandleLogout"))
    {
         <fieldset>
             <legend>Logout</legend>
             <button>Logout</button>
         </fieldset>
    
        @Html.HiddenFor(m => logoutModel.RedirectUrl)
    }
    

    }

    And consequently got the message: You are not logged in

    Thanks for the quick reply though :)

  • Heather Floyd 528 posts 772 karma points MVP 2x c-trib
    Apr 28, 2015 @ 02:53
    Heather Floyd
    0

    I am having a similar issue.

    I have a profile-editing page for a member. When the page loads, I know the member is logged in because when I set a breakpoint in the "RenderForm" code, I see that loginStatusModel.IsLoggedIn == TRUE and I am able to get their current member properties and populate the custom model for the form.

    However, when I make a change to the form data and click the "submit" button, triggering the "HandleSubmit" code, loginStatusModel.IsLoggedIn == FALSE.

    I just can't figure out why the member is getting logged-out on form submit. Am I missing something obvious here?

    Here is a simplified version of my code:

    MemberAccountForm Model

    public class MemberAccountForm
    {
        public string EmailLogin { get; set; }
    
        public string ContactName { get; set; }
    
        public string CompanyName { get; set; }
    
        ... other properties
    }
    

    MemberAccountFormController

    public class MemberAccountFormController : SurfaceController
    {
        [ChildActionOnly]
        public ActionResult RenderForm(IPublishedContent CurrentPage)
        {
            ...
            var loginStatusModel = Members.GetCurrentLoginStatus(); <----- This has data & is TRUE
    
            if (loginStatusModel.IsLoggedIn)
            {
                //Get the Current Member using MembershipHelper (cause it's faster)
                var membershipUsername = Members.GetCurrentMember().GetPropertyValue("Username").ToString();
    
                //Access Member using MemberService for property getting                   
                var m = ApplicationContext.Services.MemberService.GetByUsername(membershipUsername);
    
                var currMemProfile = new MemberAccountForm();
                currMemProfile.CompanyName = m.GetValue<string>("companyName");
                currMemProfile.ContactName = m.GetValue<string>("contactName");
                currMemProfile.EmailLogin = m.Username;
                currMemProfile.OriginalUserName = m.Username;
    
                return PartialView("MemberAccountForm", currMemProfile);
            }
            else
            {
                return PartialView("MemberAccountForm", new MemberAccountForm { });
            }
        }
    
        [HttpPost]
        [ActionName("HandleSubmit")]
        public ActionResult HandleSubmit(MemberAccountForm model)
        {
            if (ModelState.IsValid)
            {
                var loginStatusModel = Members.GetCurrentLoginStatus(); <!---- Now this is FALSE and all the values are NULL
    
                if (loginStatusModel.IsLoggedIn)
                {
                    ...Do stuff to update & save properties & add "success" message to ViewData
                }
    
            }
            else
            {
                //model not valid
                //Do not save, but return current umbraco page
    
                ...Add model errors to ViewData
            }
    
            //Add current form model to ViewBag
            ViewData["Model"] = model;
            return CurrentUmbracoPage();
    }
    

    "MemberAccountForm" partial view

    @using some stuff...
    @model MemberAccountForm
    
    @{
        ...Code to show errors & messages, if present in ViewData...
        @RenderForm()
    }
    
    @helper RenderForm()
    {
        if (User.Identity.IsAuthenticated)
        {
            using (Html.BeginUmbracoForm("HandleSubmit", "MemberAccountForm"))
            {
    
                    <label>
                        <span>Company Name</span>
                        @Html.EditorFor(x => Model.CompanyName, new { @type = "text" })
                    </label>
    
                    <label>
                        <span>Contact Name</span>
                        @Html.EditorFor(x => Model.ContactName, new { @type = "text" })
                    </label>
    
                    <label>
                        <span>Email Address</span>
                        @Html.EditorFor(x => Model.EmailLogin, new { @type = "email" })
                    </label>
    
                    ..some other fields...
    
                <button type="submit">Save</button>
            }
        }
    }
    

    Any suggestions appreciated!

    ~Heather

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