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We have an app close to beta. It's a multi tier app with the business logic in business objects with a separate UI above that. We're exposing the business layer assembly as a developers API.
My question is this: I don't want developers to have access to a limited set of methods in the business layer .dll, I could mark them internal or private but then I can't access them from our own UI assembly which needs them.

It's not secrets or anything, we don't need to hide them, it's just complex objects that we don't want to give access to the developer because they are fairly intimately tied to the UI layer and not for general consumption and we don't want people to be able to screw with them and mess up the data.

How do I expose certain methods in the biz object layer for my UI layer (an executable in another assembly), but prevent access from developers creating their own apps using the biz object assembly?

I can of course flag them as nonbrowsable etc attributes, but that doesn't really solve the problem in any meaningful way.

Since they are all strong named assemblies I'm theorizing that there might be some way of preventing access to specific methods from assemblies that don't contain this strong name, or perhaps constructing a separate assembly specifically for the purpose of being the developers api that in turn calls mirrored methods in the biz object layer or...?? Unsure | :~





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