Web Forms :: Add Update Delete SiteMap Role Attribute Programmatically Using C#

May 7, 2015

I am using this article for hide and show the menu in specific user only. My question is on how can I Add, Delete and View the Roles in specific menu.

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How programmatically create, update and delete site-map nodes?

I use ASP.NET (VB.NET), Visual Studio 2010.

I try create own simple CMS for little site.

I need in admin area create, delete and update site-map nodes (and aspx pages with static text)

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Web Forms :: Programmatically Reference .sitemap File That Isn't The Root Web.sitemap File?

Nov 4, 2010

How would I programatically reference a .sitemap file that is not the root web.sitemap file? I have a file called research.sitemap in a folder a level under root. I want to refernce this file in my code behind like his: SiteMapNode m1 = SiteMap.RootNode (but since this isnt web.sitemap in the root, I dont know how to get access to it).

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Web Forms :: Sitemap: Can't Sub Nodes Further Restrict Role Access

Sep 24, 2010

I have a menu in my application (created from the sitemap) which I want available to two user roles. However, there are items on that menu, I want available only to one role or the other. So I have created the following in my sitemap.


Essentially, I want employees with the "TimeUser" role to see the "My Profile" link that goes to the EmpProfile.aspx page, but not the link to the client profile page. However, when an employee logs in, they see both. I am guessing this may be because the "My Account" node which contains them allows both roles. Is there a way around this without duplicating the "My Account" node?

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Web Forms :: Menu - Role Security Not Working On Second Level Of Sitemap

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I have role assignments on both the first and second level of my menus within my sitemap file. The first level works fine, and I only see items assigned to my role. But roles assignments seem to have no effect on the second level. It seems like if you have access to the first level, you have access to everything on the second level. Is this correct?

From my sitemap (either a SalesRep or an Administrator can see everything underneath):
<siteMapNode title="Administration" roles="SalesRep,Administrator" description="Admin" >
<siteMapNode title="CompanyMaintenance" roles="SalesRep" url="~/Admin/CompanyManagement.aspx" />
<siteMapNode title="Initialize Roles" roles="Administrator" url="~/Admin/Roles.aspx"/>

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Web Forms :: How To Edit 'siteMapFile' Attribute Of SiteMap Provider In Web.config Dynamically

Dec 13, 2010

I want to add/edit available siteMap providers in web.config file from code behind.

I am using the siteMap providers currently in the application web.config in a format given below:

<add siteMapFile="~/App_Themes/MyAppDefault/MySiteMap.sitemap"
name="MyAppDefault" type="System.Web.XmlSiteMapProvider" />

This is allowing my application user to show up a different Site Map as and when the theme is changed.

But when I tried to do the same with the following code I faced with an issue.

configuration = WebConfigurationManager.OpenWebConfiguration("~")
section = CType(configuration.GetSection("system.web/siteMap"), SiteMapSection)
Dim provider As New ProviderSettings()
If Not section Is Nothing Then
provider.Name = txtError.Text
provider.Type = "System.Web.XmlSiteMapProvider"
End If

This code is not allowing a provider.siteMapFile property (provideer is the ProviderSettings object).
As well the maximum possible way I can add a new SiteMap provider in web.config is as follows

<add name="MyAppCustom" type="System.Web.XmlSiteMapProvider" />

If anybody can suggest a way for me to add/edit the 'siteMapFile' attribute of the provider.

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VS 2010 - Combining Web Config Role Authorization With Web Sitemap?

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I have a sitemap defined in a web.sitemap file and I'm also doing role-based authorization for locations using web.config. I'm using the web.sitemap to generate a menu structure on a Master page, and I wanted to somehow hook the role-based auth from web.config into my menu to hide links to pages that would be denied access from the roles auth.

Is it possible to read the list of <location path=""> and associated role authorizations (allow or deny) from web.config so I can check that against the web.sitemap when generating the menu structure?

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How To Update / Delete The Table Records In ASPNETDB.MDF In Single Update / Delete Query

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I want to know how to Update / delete the table records in ASPNETDB.MDF in single update / delete query ?

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Web Forms :: Administration - View / Edit / Add / Delete Of The SiteMap

Feb 4, 2010

I have code for C# but I need code for VB.NET. When I try converting this code to VB.NET I get more errors. convert this code to VB.NET. For programmers who know C# and VB.NET this converting take about 10 minutes. It consists of a derived XmlSiteMapPRovider as suggested by Steve, and an accompanying web admin page, allowing view/edit/add/delete of the sitemap nodes. it assumes unique titles in all pages, which may not be true for other apps, the code could easily be modified to specify a key or other

web admin page aspx code: [Code]....
web admin page code behind: [Code]....
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Dynamically Modify Role Permissions And Also Generate The Appropriate Sitemap / Menus?

Jun 28, 2010

I'm doing some research on security and sitemaps in ASP.net and am unfortunately running short on time. I have not worked too much with ASP.net security so I'm not completely sure if I'm heading in the right direction.

Here is my problem:

I have a public website (i.e. on the internet) that will allow any user to sign up to. The website will be developed using ASP.net webforms. These users may create other users and assign these users different roles.

Different roles have different restrictions and the menu is displayed appropriately. For example, a user acting as an administrator can see all menu options. Whereas a limited user will only see some of these menu items.

There needs to be the ability for users on our end to modify what pages certain roles can access. For example, if Role1 can do task X, we would like to be able at some point modify Role1 to no longer do task X. This would be done using an application built in-house.

User types (roles) are to be saved in the database. User permissions (what pages each type can have access to) are also to be saved saved in the database.

Here is something I am thinking of doing:

Implement the authorization and authentication set up built in to ASP.net using the web.config fileUse Sitemaps to dynamically create menus/breadcrumbs from the database

I believe it is possible to do the second one using custom providers (please correct me if I'm wrong). But I am not entirely sure if it's possible to configure the web.config file dynamically.

I suppose this is really more of a yes/no answer but I would just like to make sure I'm not going in the wrong direction. I will be using VS2008 and .net 3.5 framework.

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Mar 18, 2011

Why asp.net sql role provider does not allow to update the role name , whats its reasons.

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Security :: Lock Down Certain Sitemap Menu Items Based On The Users Role ?

Jan 21, 2010

My web app has 3roles, I need to lock down certain sitemap menu items based on the users role and what I'm using isn't working.

my roles are Supervisor, manager, and User.


I only want those roles to see those menu options, I do not want someone with a user role to see those options at all. Currently if I log into my site with a user role, I'm seeing everything on the menu (via the sitemap).

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MVC :: Runtime Sitemap Construction For Each Index() ActionMethod - Custom Attribute?

Jun 21, 2010

Recently, I wrote code that dynamically builds a menu / navbar for my site that uses Reflection upon the [Authorize(Roles="")] attribute to determine what Controllers and ActionMethods should be shown to the user. And it came out really well. See this post for the details on how I did it: [URL]

The next step that I've been thinking about is when the user clicks on the "Controller" listing, it takes the user to the Index page. (eg. [URL] ) Which is perfectly fine, but I was thinking that it would be nice to also have this Index page for each controller dynamically constructed based on the user's roles / permissions. For example, if the Index page from XYZ-Controller might look like:

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I currently use Reflection to iterate thru all my Controllers and all the ActionMethods in each controller. I've been pondering the best way to store the Description of each ActionMethod. (Like, "This method tweaks your widgets.") Do I make my own Attribute called, say, Description which I would use to decorate ActionMethods with. For example it might look like this: [Description("This method tweaks your widgets")]

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Security :: Override The XmlSiteMapProvider And Add An Attribute Indicating Which Role Provider To Use?

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I was hoping some of you would entertain my XmlSiteMapProvider question. I have a portal site that has multiple ASP.NET Role Providers. One for each child web application. I need to basically change the role provider on the fly. Does anyone know if this is possible? My approach is to maybe override the XmlSiteMapProvider and add an attribute indicating which Role Provider to use. Then, in the
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Again, is this approach seem reasonable/doable or am I in the weeds here? I'm open to alternatives if anyone has one.

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How To Programmatically Refresh Role Memberships

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I'm using a custom role provider (written by another developer) that uses our active directory username (obtained from HttpContext.Current.User.Identity.Name) along with a SQL table.

Anyways, when I update my SQL table to update my roles I need to close my web browser (Internet Explorer 7) in order for my new security to become effective.

I've tried using Session.Abandon() but that doesn't help.

How can I refresh my security?

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Security :: Changing User's Role Programmatically?

Jan 23, 2010

I am using the ASP.NET membership system and I have found the ability to 'add user to role' programtically, but I am wondering if there is a way of changing a user role?

I don't simply want to add a user to another role and I can't seem to find the 'remove user from role' command.

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Web Forms :: Update Page After Editing Sitemap?

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code to allow authorised users to add categories to a shopping catalog:

Sub editXml()
If txtNewCat.Text.Count > 0 Then
Dim sMap As New XmlDocument


trvCats is the ID of the treeview that displays the sitemap contents. Problem is the the trvCats.DataBind() line isnt running when run the code. The new entry is added to the sitemap file, no problems but the code seems to exit after the sMap.Save line so the user must refresh the page to see the updated TreeView. If I set a breakpoint on the trvCats.DataBind() line then it does run but if I remove the breakpoint then it doesn't.

Also a smaller point is that the new node is automatically created with the xmlns attribute. Although this doesn't cause an error I would rather not have it if possible. Anyone got a suggestions how to get rid of it?

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Web Forms :: How To Delete App_offline.html Programmatically In C#

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i am trying to delete app_offline.htm programmatically but the code doesnot even get called as the app_offline does not other pages load. how should i delete the file after the updations have been done in the website. i know that i can delete the file manually but i dont want to do that.



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C# - Change Attribute Of Membership Provider Programmatically In Web.Config

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I have the following defaultmembership provider in my web.config

<add name="UmbracoMembershipProvider" type="umbraco.providers.members.UmbracoMembershipProvider" enablePasswordRetrieval="false" enablePasswordReset="false" requiresQuestionAndAnswer="false" defaultMemberTypeAlias="Another Type" passwordFormat="Hashed" />

I am trying to update the enablePasswordReset from false to true programmatically but am struggling.. This is as far as I got!

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I am using this article [URL]...

And I want to add Role/s dynamically and also delete role/s in web config.

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Web Forms :: How To Update TreeView After Insert / Update / Delete

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I've applied this code from [URL]

and it is working fine except for updating TreeView after Insert/Update/Delete.


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Feb 11, 2011

I've a listview in which i'm binding data from objectdata source. I have a requirement where i've to allow edit/delete for only certail listviewitem which meets specific requirement. How do i dynamically set that some item can be only be edited not deleted thus only edit button/link should appear and vice-versa.

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Web Forms :: Parser Error Message - XML Sitemap Config File Web.sitemap Could Not Be Loaded

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We are getting this error message when we try to click the link in the menu to go to Report Server:

Source Error:
Line 31: <siteMapNode title="Reports" description="Reports">
Line 32:
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I tried to add after the &, as it was suggested on one of the forum but it did not work. Any other ideas.

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how would i do my Gridview delete command like a update command?

im using a datasource... and my delete command is like my update command... so i can change the status into "INACTIVE"...

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