Can an iFrame share a System.Threading.Thread.CurrentPrincipal

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Security' started by drew.., Aug 18, 2004.

  1. drew..

    drew.. Guest

    As per the subject line, I have a sub asp.net app that is being
    displayed in a parent asp.net app. The sub must respect the roles
    assigned to the System.Threading.Thread.CurrentPrincipal in the parent
    app. I am having trouble getting the sub to know anything about the
    parent's security context. Is it possible? Any ideas or pointers would
    be awesome, thanks kindly, drew..
    drew.., Aug 18, 2004
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  2. drew..

    drew.. Guest

    Some folks tell me that all i can do is place the sub-app into a folder
    of the main-app, and that everything else is wasting time, and by the
    lack of google results I am starting to agree. I just hoped an asp.net
    guru here would be able to prove us all wrong? Ü

    > As per the subject line, I have a sub asp.net app that is being
    > displayed in a parent asp.net app. The sub must respect the roles
    > assigned to the System.Threading.Thread.CurrentPrincipal in the parent
    > app. I am having trouble getting the sub to know anything about the
    > parent's security context. Is it possible? Any ideas or pointers would
    > be awesome, thanks kindly, drew..
    drew.., Aug 19, 2004
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