I just committed some new code for Themis examples, which for now on, will be also an integration tests. The whole case is about values which are allowed for some roles. Let's take a case where there are two types of users: Admins and standard users, for the sake of briefness called Users. Let Admins … Continue reading Themis, a bit dipper dive
I've just published the newest version of my authorization tool called Themis. I added a few things which I'll describe in the next posts. There are no breaking changes, but some of them may ease your authorization scenarios a bit. Meanwhile, I'm finishing the work on the NHibernate.IInterceptor example.
Sometimes it's good to take a break and give some ideas a while to regenerate in your head. After a few weeks of not touching Themis at all, I wrote a lot of documentation yesterday (and a few paragraphs today). I also recompiled it with the newest build of NHibernate, to allow you using with … Continue reading Themis, take a break
I've read a few articles about documenting a project in a way that make it more usable for non-authors. As I published Themis' first version, there was a need of providing some documentation and that was the thing which occupied me recently. There still are a few pages which should be written and I hope … Continue reading Recent tasks
I know it took a while, but a few minutes ago I committed the version of Themis capable of fully integrated working with NHibernate. I hope I'll manage to add build scripts and the very first binary version of it today.
Recently, I've been working on project which in the near future will have a quite complex authorization rules. Additionally, these rules will affect the display, simply filtering data sets, which one can view. Instantly I thought about Themis and it's 'future feature' allowing to integrate with NH. What I'd like to have is simple Themis' … Continue reading Themis wants you to hibernate her!
In the previous posts I described the intentions behind Themis. It's time do deepen into demand and the whole configuration. Imagine a domain of car drivers. It includes car drivers as well as driven cars. The simplest demand which one can come up with is a simple check, whether one can drive a specific car. … Continue reading I demand configuration