Creating User Services
- The identity object of the IIdentity interface is used during the authentication process, when a user’s identity is verified. It contains information about a user who is being validated, such as username and password.
- The principal object of the IPrincipal interface is used during the authentication process, when the application determines the data that can be accessed by a user and code to be executed. It contains information about a user’s identity, such as username and password, as well as information about a user’s role, such as manager or associate.
- The correct sequence of the classes of the System.Windows.Forms namespace in descending order is as follows:
- The MinimumSize property of the Form class is used to get or set the minimum size up to which a form can be resized.