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Can 2 members of a family use the same APC kiosk when they are entering the US under different visa programs?

Regarding APC kiosks, what happens when one member of the family is entering the US with an ESTA form and the other one with a B1/B2 Visa? Can they use the APC kiosk together? At certain moment, the system asks whether you are travelling under visa waiver program or B1/B2 visa or if you are a US or Canadian passport holder or if you have a green card. In my case, I will select “travelling with ESTA” but I’m afraid that when choosing “yes” to the question “are you travelling with other member of your family?” the system will only require to repeat passport scanning and fingerprints for the second person and will not ask the form of entry which is different from mine. Hope the question is clear.

Prevent members from creating unique permissions

I am managing a SharePoint site and realise that under Permissions I have a lot of documents that have unique permissions.

After checking, I realise this is due to the way the users share the document where it will create unique permission to the folder.

I have some folders that have restricted access but these are changes done by me. But the rest of the 50 over documents/folders shown with unique permissions are done by users.

I am wondering if changing the users’ permission can result in a neater permission management. At the moment the members are using the default ‘Edit’ permission.

Force instance methods to use only public members

What do you think about code like this:

public class ThisClass {     // this method uses only public members     public void DoSomething()     {         AccessToPublicMembersOfThisClass.DoSomething(this);     } }  // EDIT: this class is not nested! internal class AccessToPublicMembersOfThisClass {     internal void static DoSomething (ThisClass x)     {        // we are sure were using only public members because        // private members are unaccessible from here          x.Action();     } } 

Is it good or not?

I could do some static methods, but I don’t want to pass any arguments to them.

Enumerate all members and types with specific attributes

I have a use-case where I need to retrieve all members with specific attributes in the class and interface hierarchy – I usually need the first match and apply its rules to child members. The built-in GetCustomAttributes are too limited becuase they work only for a single member and don’t support interfaces.


Implementation

To solve this I wrote my own extension that returns a collection of AttributeCollection<T> instances. Each one contains the member the attributes are applied to and the matched attributes.

There are couple of rules that this needs to follow in order for the results to be useful because attribute settings are then propagated to child members:

  • properties come before types
  • classes come before interfaces
  • skip duplicate results
public static class Extensions {     public static IEnumerable<AttributeCollection<T>> EnumerateCustomAttributes<T>(this MemberInfo member) where T : Attribute     {         if (member == null) throw new ArgumentNullException(nameof(member));          var queue = new Queue<MemberInfo>         {             member,         };          // Helps to suppress duplicate results when same member is seen multiple times.         var seenAttributeCollections = new HashSet<AttributeCollection<T>>();          while (queue.Any())         {             var current = queue.Dequeue();              if (current.GetCustomAttributes<T>() is var attributes && attributes.Any())             {                 var attributeCollection = new AttributeCollection<T>(current, attributes);                 if (seenAttributeCollections.Add(attributeCollection))                 {                     yield return attributeCollection;                 }             }              if (current is PropertyInfo property)             {                 queue.Enqueue(property.DeclaringType);             }              if (current is Type type)             {                 // The order matters so enqueue properties before their declaring types and base classes before interfaces.                  if (type.IsSubclass())                 {                     if (type.BaseType.GetProperty(member.Name) is PropertyInfo otherProperty)                     {                         queue.Enqueue(otherProperty);                     }                      queue.Enqueue(type.BaseType);                 }                  foreach (var interfaceType in type.GetInterfaces())                 {                     if (interfaceType.GetProperty(member.Name) is PropertyInfo otherProperty)                     {                         queue.Enqueue(otherProperty);                     }                      queue.Enqueue(interfaceType);                 }             }         }     }      public static bool IsSubclass(this Type type)     {         return type.IsClass && type.BaseType != typeof(object);     }    } 

This class helps handling equality and results:

public class AttributeCollection<T> : List<T>, IEquatable<AttributeCollection<T>> where T : Attribute {     private static readonly IEqualityComparer<AttributeCollection<T>> Comparer = EqualityComparerFactory<AttributeCollection<T>>.Create     (         // When either one is True then we consider both collections equal.         equals: (x, y) => (x.Member == y.Member) || x.SequenceEqual(y)     );      public AttributeCollection(MemberInfo member, IEnumerable<T> attributes) : base(attributes)     {         Member = member;     }      public MemberInfo Member { get; }      public bool Equals(AttributeCollection<T> other) => Comparer.Equals(this, other);      public override bool Equals(object obj) => obj is AttributeCollection<T> ac && Equals(ac);      public override int GetHashCode() => 0; // Always use 'equals'. } 

Demo

I used this code to test that extension:

void Main() {     typeof(T3).GetProperty(nameof(T3.P1)).EnumerateCustomAttributes<A0>().Dump(); // <-- 6 results     typeof(T3).GetProperty(nameof(T3.P1)).EnumerateCustomAttributes<A1>().Dump(); // <-- 5 results     typeof(T3).GetProperty(nameof(T3.P1)).EnumerateCustomAttributes<A2>().Dump(); // <-- 3 results }  [A1(V = "I1")] interface I1 {     [A1(V = "I1.P1")]     string P1 { get; set; } }  [A2(V = "T1")] class T1 : I1 {     [A1(V = "T1.P1")]     public virtual string P1 { get; set; } }  class T2 : T1 { }  [A1(V = "T3"), A2(V = "T3")] class T3 : T2 {     [A1(V = "T3.P1"), A2(V = "T3.P1")]     public override string P1 { get; set; } }  interface IA {     string V { get; set; } } [AttributeUsage(AttributeTargets.All, AllowMultiple = true)] abstract class A0 : Attribute, IA { public abstract string V { get; set; } } class A1 : A0 { public override string V { get; set; } } class A2 : A0 { public override string V { get; set; } } 

In this example you’ll notice that I use both an interface and an abstract class overriding the V property. It turned out that I cannot use a single property on the base class because the Attribute.Equals method won’t see it and will not recognize two different attributes correctly. See this question.


If you’re going to try this demo in LINQPad then you’ll need this header as I’m using some of my helpers here:

<Query Kind="Program">   <NuGetReference>Reusable.Core</NuGetReference>   <Namespace>Reusable.Extensions</Namespace>   <Namespace>Reusable.Collections</Namespace> </Query> 

Real-world example

I’ll be using it for retrieving UseX attributes in a model like this one:

[UsePrefix("app"), UseNamespace, UseType, UseMember] [TrimStart("I")] public interface IDemo : INamespace {     [UseType, UseMember]     object Greeting { get; } // <-- will use its own attributes      [Tag("io")]     object ReadFile { get; } // <-- will use type's attributes } 

Questions

So, what do you think about this implementation? Am I missing anything important here? Is there anything you would improve?

URL/Link to sharepoint members group of subsite used as web template

Is there a simple way to create a link that points to the default “members” group of a subsite? I’m creating a subsite web template and would like to have a link for future site managers that goes directly to the subsite’s members group page. Since this is a template a static url to the template’s members group won’t work. Is there a token or “dummy” url that always points to the default member group for a site?

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REST API – Retrieve Group Members

We are using SharePoint Online. I am planning to add a flow to send out an email notification whenever a new page is added to the site.

To do that, I need the list of members of that site cause I don’t want to send it to everyone or anyone.

I am unable to retrieve the group members through REST API. When I fire the following REST call, I am getting the response as follows, but not the actual members and their email addresses

https://dhdigitalcoin.sharepoint.com/sites/OpenSourceTechTalk/_api/web/sitegroups/getbyname('Open%20Source%20Tech%20Talk%20Members')/users   <entry> <id>https://dhdigitalcoin.sharepoint.com/sites/OpenSourceTechTalk/_api/Web/GetUserById(7)</id> <category term="SP.User" scheme="http://schemas.microsoft.com/ado/2007/08/dataservices/scheme"/> <link rel="edit" href="Web/GetUserById(7)"/> <link rel="http://schemas.microsoft.com/ado/2007/08/dataservices/related/Alerts" type="application/atom+xml;type=feed" title="Alerts" href="Web/GetUserById(7)/Alerts"/> <link rel="http://schemas.microsoft.com/ado/2007/08/dataservices/related/Groups" type="application/atom+xml;type=feed" title="Groups" href="Web/GetUserById(7)/Groups"/> <title/> <updated>2019-06-03T12:47:56Z</updated> <author> <name/> </author> <content type="application/xml"> <m:properties> <d:Id m:type="Edm.Int32">7</d:Id> <d:IsHiddenInUI m:type="Edm.Boolean">false</d:IsHiddenInUI> <d:LoginName>c:0o.c|federateddirectoryclaimprovider|92b9f118-885e-4c23-a103-de7ce46d7421</d:LoginName> <d:Title>Open Source Tech Talk Members</d:Title> <d:PrincipalType m:type="Edm.Int32">4</d:PrincipalType> <d:Email>OpenSourceTechTalk@xxx.onmicrosoft.com</d:Email> <d:Expiration/> <d:IsEmailAuthenticationGuestUser m:type="Edm.Boolean">false</d:IsEmailAuthenticationGuestUser> <d:IsShareByEmailGuestUser m:type="Edm.Boolean">false</d:IsShareByEmailGuestUser> <d:IsSiteAdmin m:type="Edm.Boolean">false</d:IsSiteAdmin> <d:UserId m:null="true"/> <d:UserPrincipalName m:null="true"/> </m:properties> </content> </entry> 

Is there a way I can retrieve the actual members? Am I taking the right approach towards building email notifications?