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QuestionIs there a need for separate SignInManager<TUser> and UserManager<TUser>? Pin
hpjchobbes26-Feb-23 8:24
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I have been looking at the code that gets generated when you add new scaffold items for Identity into an web application. I notice that often a UserManager<TUser> gets injected along with a SignInManager<TUser>. It seems that the SignInManager has a property for UserManager. Is there a reason to have them injected separately instead of just injecting and using the SignInManager? Can there be situations where the UserManager property is null in the SignInManager but would have been injected into the constructor?

C#
// Should we always have a separate _userManager injected?
var userId = await _userManager.GetUserIdAsync(user);

// Or would this also work, but some may not like the multiple chaining?
var userId = await _signInManager.UserManager.GetUserIdAsync(user);

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Dave Kreskowiak26-Feb-23 9:45
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QuestionVb.net FlowLayoutPanel with MS Access: System.InvalidCastException error. Pin
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QuestionSystem.Design - Not enough memory resources Pin
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