Microsoft Graph – Create session without user

I want to create a session without a user. (Native application)

Obtaining an access token is fine.
However, I can not create a session.

Code:

using var client = new HttpClient();
using var request = new HttpRequestMessage(HttpMethod.Post, $"https://graph.microsoft.com/v1.0/me/drive/items/8C353AA80F001A1F!350000/workbook/createSession");
request.Headers.Add("authorization", "Bearer " + accessToken);
request.Content = new StringContent("{ "persistChanges": true }", Encoding.UTF8, "application/json");

Error:

{StatusCode: 400, ReasonPhrase: 'Bad Request', Version: 1.1, Content: System.Net.Http.HttpConnectionResponseContent, ... }

Could you give me an idea how to fix the problem?

Detect remote requests from the same user page view on the local server side

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Check user status in Laravel

Good day everyone.

I am starting to work with Laravel 5.8 and have created a user management with authentication that enables Laravel by default.

I've added a new field named state to the database to disable users and not have to delete them.

I know that this topic has already been seen, but I'm still a bit green in the frame and structure that Laravel uses.

I intend to be able to verify that a user has the Active Status field (1) in addition to his username and password before gaining access to the Control Panel.

Can someone guide me, which class or classes should I change and how?

Thank you for everything.

sharepoint online – How to obtain the User Principle ID based on the Email ID

You can retrieve the user details using the user's login name by using the following REST API URL:

https:///_api/web/siteusers(@v)?@v=''

Here you must replace the login name of the user.

Since you have the user's e-mail address, you can use the e-mail address to create (hardcode) the login name. All you need is the format of the login name for your SharePoint site, which you can get by clicking on the URL below and searching for it LoginName:

https:///_api/Web/CurrentUser?$select=Id,LoginName

The login name has a format such as: i:0%23.f|membership|ganesh.sanap@tenant.onmicrosoft.com

Everything afterwards membership| is the e-mail address of the user. If you use an e-mail address, you can create the logon name string as follows and use it in the first REST API above to retrieve the user-id.

This is a workaround for your scenario. Maybe you can find another better way. But you can try this now.

Web App – How can I tell the user that a web app is optimized for a particular browser?

Do not inform her.

Assuming it works fine on all browsers and IE8 does not look too bad (see & # 39; graceful degradation & # 39;), why would you ask users to update their browser? If you're using an old browser, it's probably because you have no other choice – it could be a corporate network, for example, where you do not have permission / ability to update. Telling them to update does not mean they will. It will rather annoy her. "Everyone else is welcome, but you can not come here with these shoes."

If you tell them that they are outdated, you will not enjoy them. Make sure you've built the app with the right web standards for it to actually work. Telling you that your browser is outdated is really just a confession from your side "We did not care that this website works properly on your device, it's your fault and should do something about it.", In fact it is Not Your fault is that the site is not working – it's up to you. Especially Considering that this is an intranet app, you should know which browsers it would be used on and build the app accordingly.

If you can not do anything about it, do not point out that the site is not functioning optimally. Just let them go on with it. Make sure the site works and do not nag them for being responsible.

8 – How to set or change which user or role is referenced when an entity is rendered programmatically?

I have a situation where I have to render a node entity programmatically. I need to get the version of the node that will be displayed to anonymous users, but the rendering will be triggered by an authenticated user. Is there any idea how to specify or change which user (or ideally what role) is referenced when the entity is rendered?

Put simply, here is the rendering code:

$node = Node::load(1);
$render_controller = Drupal::entityTypeManager()->getViewBuilder('node');
$render_output = $render_controller->view($node);
return $render_output;

This renders the entire page. When this code section is triggered by an administrator, the rendered page includes the management toolbar, context tabs, and the like. I want to be able to render what an anonymous user would see.