It was far more granular for my purposes than the default RBAC in the Provider Model.
You can, of course, delete those role specific code sections. WARNING: I’m still not too comfortable with the Word Press source code formatter, so I’d be careful when copying. ;) I decided to scrap the global Data Context object and went with the “using” method instead. /** * THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND THE AUTHOR DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES * WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF * MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS.
The aim is not to create a Twitter style application, but to show how objects with various relationships to one another are loading quickly, in a structure that will be familiar to developers. The relationships between the interfaces mimic the structure on Twitter, in that Users have a many to many relationship with other Users (or followers), and have a one to many relationship with Tweets.
The tweets have a many to many relationship with Hashtags, as a Tweet can have zero or more Hashtags, and a Hashtag may appear in more than one Tweet.
The following is the end result of an afternoon of conversions.
It still hasn’t been fully tested and may contain bugs, errors or other terrible things.
And of course, there is plenty of room for improvement.
In later sections we will extend this basic functionality with support for linked data in the form of both OData and SPARQL query support and we will show how to use Brightstar DB as the basis for a . This tutorial is quite long, but is broken up into a number of separate sections each of which you can follow along with in code, or you can refer to the complete sample application which can be found in Step 1: Create a New Empty ASP. NET MVC 4 Web Application” from the list of project types in Visual Studio.
If you do not already have MVC 4 installed you can download it from