Re: Require multiple role membership?
From: Arthur Dent (hitchhikersguideto-news_at_yahoo.com)
Date: Fri, 10 Dec 2004 10:59:58 -0500
Yeah, thats what im doing at the moment... i have my roles defined in an
enum, and as additional members of the enum i have my combined roles, then i
check those names (i use System.Enum.GetName() to define my role names). Eg.
Employee = 2
Administrator = 4
AdminEmployee = Employee Or Administrator
Then in my allow role i add AdminEmployee.
I just thought maybe there was a way to do this without creating combinatory
values like that.
"Joe Kaplan (MVP - ADSI)" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
in message news:O9eOf%23s3EHA.2788@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
>I don't think you can do this via web.config. You could do this
>programmatically with IsInRole calls, but that is extra work.
> Another way around this might be to create "AND" roles when you do your
> role mapping, so that you have a special role like EmployeeANDAdminstrator
> that you could then use in web.config.
> Joe K.
> "Arthur Dent" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Is there any way in the web.config "allow roles" authorization section,
>> to AND the roles together?
>> Eg. in my app, i have roles Customer, Employee, and Admininstrator. Now,
>> there could be Admin employees, and Admin Customers, each with access to
>> different sections.
>> Is there a way to specifiy that you can only get into the folder
>> "AppAdmin" if you are in role Employee AND role Administrator?
>> As ive seen it before, the roles by default only OR together.
>> Thanks in advance,
>> - Arthur Dent