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Emulating the [PrincipalPermissionAttribute ...] attribute


I use the Enterprise Library, and the custom rule provider. A rule is check
with this piece of code:

public void HireEmployee (....) {
string rule = "Hire Employee";
// The next line fetch the rule definition in a config file, and checks
it with the role the object "myPrincipal" belongs to.
if (! this.ruleProvider.Authorize (this.myPrincipal, rule)) {
MessageBox.Show ("Youe are not authorise to hire en employee");
... // plenty of interesting lines
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I would like to have this style of code:
[PrincipalRuleAttribute Name="Hire Employee"]
public void HireEmployee (....) {

... // plenty of interesting lines

In that case, if a call is made to "HireEmployee", a security exception is

I know only the basics of the Attribute class, and I don't really see what
to do...

Jul 21 '05 #1
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