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how to solve the problem with this type of code?

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string newRoleName = RoleName.Text.Trim();

            if (!Roles.RoleExists(newRoleName))
                // Create the role
                Roles.CreateRole(newRoleName);

            RoleName.Text = string.Empty;




Underlined words get the following error

Are you missing an assembly reference ?
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Kenneth Haugland 1-Aug-12 9:51am    
What? What is roles? HAve you reated a custom class and want to know what?
Jovan P 1-Aug-12 10:09am    
I walk through this tutorial http://www.asp.net/web-forms/tutorials/security/roles/creating-and-managing-roles-cs
[no name] 1-Aug-12 9:52am    
Did you add a reference to System.Web.Security?
Jovan P 1-Aug-12 10:06am    
Yes
[no name] 1-Aug-12 10:08am    
Did you add the using statement at the top of your file?

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I hope following link will help you:
http://www.asp.net/web-forms/tutorials/security/roles/creating-and-managing-roles-cs[^]

Please carefully read following items:
#Step 3: Examining the Roles API
#Step 4: Creating New Roles

Good luck
 
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