Create new SiteUser example?

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11/3/2015 9:38:31 AM
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Create new SiteUser example?

I'm working on a user control that allows an administrator to import users from a CSV and am having a hard time finding examples of using the SiteUser object to create a new user.  Here is what everything I have found looks like...

SiteUser user = new SiteUser(siteSettings);
user.LoginName = "login";
user.Name = "Full Name";
user.Email = "me@test.com";
user.Save();

However, none of the examples say what 'siteSettings' is.  Where does this come from and what should it be?

11/5/2015 8:22:33 AM
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Re: Create new SiteUser example?

To get SiteSettings for the current site

SiteSettings siteSettings = CacheHelper.GetCurrentSiteSettings();

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