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Dynamic/Transparent Proxy using DynamicProxy.NET

, 21 Oct 2003
Learn how easy it is to create Dynamic/Transparent proxies in .NET using DynamicProxy.NET
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using System;

namespace DynamicProxyTutorial
{
	/// <summary>
	/// Our own SecurityException.
	/// </summary>
	public class SecurityException : Exception
	{
		public SecurityException() : base() {
		}

		public SecurityException(string msg) : base(msg) {
		}

		public SecurityException(string msg, Exception e) : base(msg, e) {
		}

	}
}

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10 years experience in software design. In my job as a software architect I work with Java and J2EE. .net is so far only a hobby project, but nonetheless interesting Wink | ;-)

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