Visual Guard .Net implements the standard interface IPrincipal. By default, when Visual Guard .Net authenticates a user, it replaces the current thread principal by its own principal (populated with the list of Visual Guard roles granted to the user). You can use the PrincipalPermission class in your code to check whether a Visual Guard .Net role is granted to the current role.
In ASP.Net context, Visual Guard .Net is compatible with standard URL authorization mechanism and the authorization section of the web.config file. It is also compatible with the LoginView class and SiteMap security trimming and all components based on ASP.Net Membership API.
Posted by z Jean-jacques Jouanneaux on 24 August 2010 05:29 PM
Does Visual Guard .Net implement the standard .Net interface IPrinciple?
Visual Guard Version 2.6.709.16