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We have talked about the building parts: security roots and permissions. Now it is time to explain how to bind the two things together, and, in the process, let Sitefinity know that your module will use security.
First of all, the module should implement SecuredModule, instead of WebModule.Here is how the sample Contacts pluggable module is declared:
In a secured module, we have to override two more properties
The careful reader has already noticed a contradiction: that the provider is not directly connected to a security root. However, if we look at the code for ContactsManager.Security roots:
we will see that this is implemented in the manager, and the provider is still not directly connected with a security root. This implementation gives us yet another example that there is an association, but not direct connection.
Here are some more helper (but not required) methods and properties in the ContactsManager that are related to security:
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