[Mono-devel-list] Assembly Security
peter at newton.cx
Thu Jul 22 00:23:29 EDT 2004
Would just marking some of your methods / classes as 'internal' do the
.Net has a framework called Code Access Security for doing more advanced
control along these lines, but it isn't implemented in Mono and probably
won't be for a while.
On Wed, 2004-07-21 at 22:40, Matthew Metnetsky wrote:
> I'm developing a system where there is a class (CoreLogic) which is
> extremely important. It provides all basic data access for every base
> model in my design. Is there a way in C#/.NET to limit access to this
> class? For instance, is there a way to make it so that other assemblies
> than the one CoreLogic sits in can only make use of _some_ methods? If
> so, is there a way to specify via some sort of Key perhaps just how much
> access is given? Trusted use (insert, update, delete, read) VS.
> Untrusted use (read).
> Looking through MSDN for this is making me go blind. The info in the
> security namespaces is minimal and cryptic (at least to me).
> Has anyone done something similar to what I propose above? Where might
> I get started to find some of this out?
> Thanks in advance, as always
> ~ Matthew
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