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Implementing Audit Trails using ASP.NET MVC ActionFilters

, 23 Apr 2013 CPOL
This post will cover how to implement a very basic Audit trail within your ASP.NET MVC Application using custom ActionFilters, which will allow you to decorate specific Controllers and Actions that will be designated to log details of a specific user interaction to later identify (or incriminate) th

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