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Roles Groups Question

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Hi,

I am working in an organisation developing an asp.net application. The
application and general use of .NET may well expand to other applications,
so I need to start thinking about the arcitechture changes that will be
needed to support restriction of visibility of resources or permissions to
perform an action. Management of Groups etc, administration of users in
groups.

The obvious one which springs to mind is the use of Groups and Roles. We are
still using 1.x Framework as we dont have published justifiable grounds so
far to change this.

The obvious question which springs to mind, is how to hande groups,
subgroups, and conflicts like someone is has given access by group but
denied as an individual etc.

Does ASP.NET 2.0 handle this, or is there a groups object out there
somethwere which someone has already dont the hard work.

Thanks in advance, for any ideas on approach or resources.


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Goofy
Nov 16 '06 #1
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Hi,

Check out asp.net 2.0 membership provider
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/yh26yfzy.aspx

Ken
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Hi,

I am working in an organisation developing an asp.net application. The
application and general use of .NET may well expand to other applications,
so I need to start thinking about the arcitechture changes that will be
needed to support restriction of visibility of resources or permissions to
perform an action. Management of Groups etc, administration of users in
groups.

The obvious one which springs to mind is the use of Groups and Roles. We
are still using 1.x Framework as we dont have published justifiable
grounds so far to change this.

The obvious question which springs to mind, is how to hande groups,
subgroups, and conflicts like someone is has given access by group but
denied as an individual etc.

Does ASP.NET 2.0 handle this, or is there a groups object out there
somethwere which someone has already dont the hard work.

Thanks in advance, for any ideas on approach or resources.


--
Goofy

Nov 16 '06 #2

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