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Row Level Security for MS SQL 2005/2008

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Set of .NET libraries to support implementation of row level security in MS SQL Server 2005/2008, as described in this MS whitepaper:

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  • Relies on the SQL Server and Microsoft Windows® security model - avoids hand-rolled authentication mechanisms. All of the security logic is located in the database. The design should scale to very large datasets, containing tens of millions of rows.
  • Differentiates permissions for each security marking/category at the SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE and GRANT/REVOKE granularity. Each permission is represented by its own DB role.
  • Generates scripts to create/change security schema for row level security. Supports upgrade/modification of existing DBs.
  • Provides UI controls for application end-users (to view/set security labels/categories of a specific object).
  • Provides UI controls for application/security managers (management of user priviledges).
  • Designed for easy language localisation (using VS.NET resource files).
  • You may integrate this library in your apps for free. Anyway: If it helps you make money, it might be fair to donate :)


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Intended Audience

System Administrators, Developers

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Programming Language

Visual Basic .NET



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