Creates a member group.
Assembly: Microsoft.Office.Server (in Microsoft.Office.Server.dll)
'Declaration Public Function CreateMemberGroup ( _ source As Guid, _ displayName As String, _ mailNickName As String, _ description As String, _ url As String, _ sourceReference As String _ ) As MemberGroup
'Usage Dim instance As MemberGroupManager Dim source As Guid Dim displayName As String Dim mailNickName As String Dim description As String Dim url As String Dim sourceReference As String Dim returnValue As MemberGroup returnValue = instance.CreateMemberGroup(source, _ displayName, mailNickName, description, _ url, sourceReference)
public MemberGroup CreateMemberGroup( Guid source, string displayName, string mailNickName, string description, string url, string sourceReference )
The display name for the new member group.
The mail nick name for the new member group.
The URL for the new member group.
The membership source unique reference for the member group.
The MemberGroup object.
The membership source uses the SourceReference value to uniquely reference the group. For example, the membership source unique reference for the Active Directory directory service is the distinguished name. For SharePoint sites, it is the ID.
The source type of a membership can be a distribution list, a SharePoint site, or a custom membership source. For more information, see the MembershipSource enumeration.
For more information about types of membership groups, see Memberships Overview. For a code example about how to create a member group and add a member to the newly created group, see How to: Create Memberships.