Installing v2.1.5 under Medium trust

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11/16/2006 7:49:06 AM
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Installing v2.1.5 under Medium trust

Hi, I seem to be having some difficulty installing version 2.1.5 under medium trust. I've set the relevant portion of the web.config file to force medium trust on my local install, commented out all the neatupload entries but get a security error (The application attempted to perform an operation not allowed by the security policy. etc)

Does anyone have any idea how I can resolve this? I imagine I'm doing something stupid but can't seem to track down what...!

Thanks in advance,
Matt

11/16/2006 8:13:55 AM
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Re: Installing v2.1.5 under Medium trust

Hi Matt,

I was just able to replicate this. It seems to be coming form MagicAjax. Are you working with the source code? If so have a look in the MagicAjax project in MagicAjaxContext.cs see this section around line#217

#if !NET_2_0 || !MEDIUM_TRUST
            try
            {
                _configuration = (MagicAjaxConfiguration)ConfigurationSettings.GetConfig("magicAjax");
            }
            catch (System.Security.SecurityException)
            { }
#endif

I added this try catch and that fixed it for me.
I'll update the release downloads shortly.

Thanks,

Joe
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