AzMan Caching Issue

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Security' started by RMD, Aug 22, 2008.

  1. RMD

    RMD Guest

    Has anybody encountered issues with AzMan caching? I'm using Active Directory
    for my store.

    I keep my AzAuthorizationStoreClass and my IAzApplication2 instances in
    static variables that I initialize in my static constructor. The client
    context is created on each ASP.NET page request.

    If I assign a user to a role assignment via the MMC and call the UpdateCache
    method on the store, it correctly reflects the changes. If I remove a user
    from a role assignment via the MMC and call UpdateCache, those changes are
    not reflected.

    In other words, UpdateCache only seems to actually update the cache for
    certain changes and not others. The only way I can force a full cache refresh
    is to blow away my store and create a brand new one, which obviously isn't a
    great idea for performance.

    Ideas?
     
    RMD, Aug 22, 2008
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