Let's say I have a view which should change it's content based on the user resp. on the users permission.
After some research I basically found 2 types of authorization. Role-Based and Activity-Based authorization. Now, activity-based seems pretty fine, but I don't think that is what I'm looking for. Sure, I want to authorize the user for the activity/action, but I also want to change the content based on it.
Is there a proper way to do so, or is is is just a "no go"?
Example: Let us assume, I have 3 companies (A, B and C). Now in my web application I want to provide the functionality, that an adminuser from company A can edit information about company A. The same with company B but company C can edit information about all three. So I'd like to fill the content dynamically based on the users permission. I hope this is understandable..
Update: I found a solution. ResourceAuthorization from Thinktecture does what I need. It's a very nice example on how to do it. :-)