I am building a MVC 5 app in which there will be 4 types of users . (Admin , HR Member , Managers , Employee) . I already created the views and the controllers for each type .
I want to give each manager access to certain departments , and the employee access to data according to his employeeID value .
After reading several articles on the Internet about this topic , I suppose I have to assign each user type a role and each department/employeeID a permission , but I have no clue on how to do that .
Can someone explain to me how to implement this ? I mention that the Identity Framework installed on the project is at version 1.0 .
You need to create Roles & Permissions. You need to create a table (like "Roles") that store the Roles In your app there is 4 Roles 1- Admin 2- HR Member 3- Managers 4- Employee
And need to store all the permissions in a Table (like "Permission" table).
for each Role you need to map the permissions means to specify what are the permission available for Admin, HR Member, Managers & Employee. To do this you need to create a table (like RolesPermission) that contains the Id of Role and also the Ids of Permission that "One To Many" mapping. like
After that you just need to assign the Role to the users. And where the user can access resources or not You just need to get Permissions of that user and check the permission that available to access the resources. If available then give access otherwise don't give access.
Also, you might want to get a native English speaker to proof-read your text. Your site is full of basic grammatical and punctuation errors, which gives an extremely poor first impression - particularly for a company which claims to be based in the UK!
And for that matter, why would you want to combine the website of "a leading IT company" with that of a supplier of "Indian Cuisine in the UK"?
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Thank you raja. As you mentioned "video/" is wrong and absolute path is also wrong.
By my requirement is i have a set of SWF files which will be in a network shared folder and i have to access them in my asp.net page. So i must use absolute path in the src. Is this can be done? or i must copy all those SWF files to my web folder?
I assume that the last statement meant to be a question...
It makes all the senses to separate common functionality from other layers. There is no technical problem to create pure WEB API projects (the only problem is that you will have to build it manually from scratch or by cleaning a project created by the wizard)...
I'm not questioning your powers of observation; I'm merely remarking upon the paradox of asking a masked man who he is. (V)
Almost all examples are for 4.5(1) and include MVC, as I know very little about MVC I struggle to separate the them. One article I was working through requires the project to be published to test it, painful.
What I am really looking for is an example of a plain Web API project consumed by a WPF client.
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