In this video we demonstrate the utilization of the ASP.NET Authentication and Authorization API in our application. Ideally, we only want certain roles making changes to our Customers and Products, and viewing Orders.
To accomplish this I’ll enable this using attributes on our classes and methods. More importantly, we’ll see how ASP.NET MVC3 utilizes attributes on the model or on the controller to affect how the database is created, whether a particular user should be able to view a web page, form validation and much more.
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