Why do I want to null check the UserManager instance per Owin context


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asked Mar 11, 2016 by Occhiogrosso (530 points)
What is the best way to achieve this. Similar to this answer

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answered Apr 1, 2016 by Vir_this (1,020 points)
 
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NET Identity handles the persistence of a given user type.
This instance of UserManager is injected into the controller. The store manager is an instance of the User Store class.

We are working on a product called Cutting Edge - A First Look at ASP.NET Identity to solve this problem
commented Apr 1, 2016 by znaGet (480 points)
Unlike IdentityUser, the UserManager class is a part of the Identity
commented Apr 3, 2016 by V180think (400 points)
Next, we have the ApplicationUserManager class, which derives from UserManager
commented Apr 3, 2016 by Stlouis (220 points)
CoreIUser interface, and is provided by the Identity
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answered Mar 19, 2016 by AddShonda (220 points)

The context object helpfully provides a Get User Manager() extension method.
Remember, crypto is hard, even for the experts, and it is a solved problem.
But first, we will update the code for our database context.
commented Mar 21, 2016 by Vf1077 (370 points)
The idea behind defining a UserManager base class in Identity
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answered Apr 7, 2016 by oneBehme (300 points)
I tried to use the solution from https://groups.google.com/d/topic/net-http-abstractions/fjEa3Luyc5E it does not work
I explained it in details on a little article
commented Apr 7, 2016 by kitchen_Bec (150 points)
IdentityUser is a concrete implementation if the Identity
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answered May 6, 2016 by Erf7067 (520 points)
Just stumbled across this question. I have tried what have been discussed on http://typecastexception.com/category/ASPNet.aspx but it is failed

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