ActiveDirectoryMembershipUser.LastActivityDate ActiveDirectoryMembershipUser.LastActivityDate ActiveDirectoryMembershipUser.LastActivityDate ActiveDirectoryMembershipUser.LastActivityDate Property

Definition

Throws a NotSupportedException exception in all cases

public:
 virtual property DateTime LastActivityDate { DateTime get(); void set(DateTime value); };
public override DateTime LastActivityDate { get; set; }
member this.LastActivityDate : DateTime with get, set
Public Overrides Property LastActivityDate As DateTime

Property Value

Exceptions

Examples

The following code example demonstrates how to determine whether the underlying type of a membership user is ActiveDirectoryMembershipUser, and to avoid throwing a NotSupportedException for accessing the LastActivityDate property. For the full code required to run the example, see the Example section of the ActiveDirectoryMembershipUser class overview topic.

if (user is ActiveDirectoryMembershipUser)
{
  lastLoginDate.Text = "Not available";
  lastActivityDate.Text = "Not available";
}
else
{
  lastLoginDate.Text = user.LastLoginDate.ToShortDateString();
  lastActivityDate.Text = user.LastActivityDate.ToShortDateString();
}
If TypeOf (user) Is ActiveDirectoryMembershipUser Then
  lastLoginDate.Text = "Not available"
  lastActivityDate.Text = "Not available"
Else
  lastLoginDate.Text = user.LastLoginDate.ToString()
  lastActivityDate.Text = user.LastActivityDate.ToString()
End If

Remarks

The LastActivityDate property is not supported by the ActiveDirectoryMembershipUser class. Attempting to get or set the value will always throw a NotSupportedException.

Applies to