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C# and Memory-mapped files

I'm an old Win32 guy, so I may be completely off-base here, but is there any
support for Memory-mapped files in C#?

I'm actually trying to get around a limitation with Windows Authorization
Manager. Right now, the security information contained in AzMan is either
stored in Active Directory or an XML file. I'd like to be able to store it
in a database, and populate a memory-mapped file (or it's equivalent) from
the DB when the file is 'opened'.

Has anyone tried to do this? I could read it from the DB and write it to
the file system, of course, but I'm trying not to do that unless I have to.

Thanks,
Phil
Oct 23 '06 #1
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Hello PMarino,

http://groups.google.com/groups/sear...+mapped+files+
there are several samples

PI'm an old Win32 guy, so I may be completely off-base here, but is
Pthere any support for Memory-mapped files in C#?
P>
PI'm actually trying to get around a limitation with Windows
PAuthorization Manager. Right now, the security information contained
Pin AzMan is either stored in Active Directory or an XML file. I'd
Plike to be able to store it in a database, and populate a
Pmemory-mapped file (or it's equivalent) from the DB when the file is
P'opened'.
P>
PHas anyone tried to do this? I could read it from the DB and write
Pit to the file system, of course, but I'm trying not to do that
Punless I have to.
P>
PThanks,
PPhil
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cease to be insipid." (c) Friedrich Nietzsche
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