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Wednesday, August 12, 2015

ASP.NET MVC ActionFilter: Custom Authorization

A while back, I posted my top 5 favorite ASP.NET MVC Action Filters and enhancing your controllers with ActionFilters, but honestly, it doesn't matter which ActionFilter I pick. I just love the idea of ActionFilters. They are just so simple and powerful...and pretty darn cool! For example, if you want to protect a certain section of your website, you place an [Authorize] attribute on an ActionResult method in your controller. If someone comes to your website and they try to hit that page and they aren't authorized, they are sent to the login page (Of course, you need to modify your web.config to point to the login page for this to work properly).

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