Constable Authorization Engine (CAZE) is a class library for .NET Framework, which does all about authorization policies in all of their aspects. In fact, CAZE is much more than just «some classes in the library», as it makes you think all your design thoroughly, from the roles and actions point of view. There is also a handy visual policy designer, which helps you look at policies «in general», without any tech details redundant at the design stage.
CAZE operates in terms of Roles (named groups of users with same rights), States, and Actions, which can change States, and Rules, defining which Actions by which Roles in which State of business object can be performed. CAZE provides methods for defining authorization policies either in XML (which can be created by Graphical Policy Designer and loaded from file or DB) or in the code directly. Then, in runtime you define current context (principal and state) and thats almost all you need to think about policies. Now, when there are some actions to be performed, you can either ask Constable Authorization Engine «which actions allowed?», «is this action allowed?» or just say policy. ExecuteAction to change state or receive the exception in case the action is not allowed for the current principal in the current state of the object.
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Constable Authorization Engine 188.8.131.52 Constable Authorization Engine (CAZE) is a .NET Framework class library for managing and using application-defined authorization policies easily and efficiently. Constable
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