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re-linq now with partial trust support

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I’m happy to announce that re-linq is going to support partial trust environments out of the box starting from build 1.13.63, which is due at the end of this week. Once it’s ready, you can get it here: http://www.re-motion.org/builds/. The SVN trunk already includes the partial trust feature.

re-linq can also be used from ASP.NET medium trust, but some LINQ query features (such as anonymous types created by the C# compiler or access to local variables from a query) require reflection permissions not available in default medium trust. Note that the C# compiler often automatically uses anonymous types when you write a LINQ query with multiple from clauses or joins.

In order to be able to parse such queries using re-linq (or any other LINQ provider, I assume), the ReflectionPermission must explicitly be granted with the MemberAccess permission flag in addition to the default ASP.NET medium trust permissions.

- Fabian

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Written by Fabian

June 10th, 2010 at 9:43 am

Posted in re-linq