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Login Identity.DuplicateEmail #181

hans abelshausen created

Hi, we are using module Zero for Login. We only need the Name as required. So I overwrited the mail with: [Required(AllowEmptyStrings = true)] public override string EmailAddress { get; set; }

But now, if two people leave the mail field empty, the user is not saved to db. Is there a way to stop watching the DuplicateEmail functionality?

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    hikalkan created
    Support Team

    You can try to override CheckDuplicateUsernameOrEmailAddressAsync in your UserManager class. It's default implementation is like that (defined in <a class="postlink" href=""> ... er.cs#L460</a>):

    public virtual async Task<IdentityResult> CheckDuplicateUsernameOrEmailAddressAsync(long? expectedUserId, string userName, string emailAddress)
                var user = (await FindByNameAsync(userName));
                if (user != null && user.Id != expectedUserId)
                    return AbpIdentityResult.Failed(string.Format(L("Identity.DuplicateName"), userName));
                user = (await FindByEmailAsync(emailAddress));
                if (user != null && user.Id != expectedUserId)
                    return AbpIdentityResult.Failed(string.Format(L("Identity.DuplicateEmail"), emailAddress));
                return IdentityResult.Success;

    You can override and change behaviour (so, don't call base method in override).