Programming security: Implementing UI

Programming security: Implementing UI

April 24, 2009 0 Comments

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[This article is part of the documentation preview for the Programming Security section of the Developer manual. You can view the temporary TOC here]

 

There is some good news: you can reuse the PermissionsView control and resources from the sample Contacts pluggable module. Since it is host-ambivalent, you can plug it in right into your view hierarchy!

Of course, you should change the following constants:

  • PermissionsTemplateName
  • PermissionsLocalizationFile
to their appropriate values.

 

This way you will get a consistent look & feel with the rest of the built-in modules in Sitefinity.

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