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Matt Thalman's blog: Senior developer working on Microsoft's Visual Studio LightSwitch product.

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  • Blog Post: Customizing LightSwitch User Management

    When you enable Windows or Forms authentication in a LightSwitch app, a set of SQL tables are used to store the user and role data.  But did you know that you can customize how and where LightSwitch gets the user and role data?  You don’t have to use the default set of SQL tables that LightSwitch...
  • Blog Post: How to reference security entities in LightSwitch

    In Visual Studio LightSwitch, there are a set of security entities defined by the runtime such as UserRegistration, Role, and Permission. Numerous people have asked how they can create relationships to these entities. These entities can’t be referenced within a developer’s application model...
  • Blog Post: Filtering data based on current user in LightSwitch apps

    In many applications, you need to filter data that is only relevant to the particular user that is logged in. For example, a personal information manager application may only want users to view their own tasks and not the tasks of other users. Here’s a walkthrough of how you can setup this kind...
  • Blog Post: Using application permissions in Visual Studio LightSwitch

    Securing your Visual Studio LightSwitch application begins with defining permissions. In the first version of LightSwitch, developers are responsible for defining and consuming their own permissions. Once permissions have been defined, you can write the business logic to consume them where appropriate...
  • Blog Post: Authentication Features in Visual Studio LightSwitch

    LightSwitch lets you configure your applications to use authentication. This allows you to control who is able to access the application and lets your business logic know who the current user is. Configuring the type of authentication to use LightSwitch developers can choose what type of authentication...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Visual Studio LightSwitch Security

    Visual Studio LightSwitch is all about creating LOB applications.  And, of course, managing who can access the data in those applications is highly important.  LightSwitch aims to make the task of managing security simple for both the developer and the application administrator. Here are the...
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