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Hard Code Roles on the Pages

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

If i hard coded role=Manager on the specific SiteMap/Folder/Page/etc. I will have problem when the manager need to remove from access a specific page. I need to change the code ont eh page/SiteMap/Folder more move the file into another folder.


What i have in mind is to change the role to taks oriented. such as role=AddStock, Edit Stock, Delete Stock, Print DO, Add Sales, Edit Sales, Deleted Sales..... (but it will be many role for 1 user compare to just 1 as Manager)


Will this cause performance issues later when each user have 60 roles and if i have 20,000 user will it affect the application performance?


Otherwise any other option? to make it flexible.






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