A dashboard controller that handles interactions between client and server sides.
public abstract class DashboardController : RestrictedDashboardController
Public MustInherit Class DashboardController Inherits RestrictedDashboardController
You can verify the trust level and specify which actions a client can initiate to execute them on a server side. If you use Restricted mode, you can prevent inadvertent or unauthorized modifications to dashboards stored on the server. A list below describes the Web Dashboard’s specifics when it operates in the Restricted mode:
Only dashboards stored in dashboard storage can be processed on the client. The designer mode does not work.
Information about data sources contained in a dashboard xml definition is not passed to the client when you request a dashboard xml file.
You can do one of the following to prevent inadvertent or unauthorized dashboard modifications and protect dashboards stored on a server:
- Handle the DashboardConfigurator.VerifyClientTrustLevel event and set e.ClientTrustLevel to Restricted mode.
- Derive a custom dashboard controller from RestrictedDashboardController instead of
See the following example for information on how to create and use a restricted dashboard controller in an ASP.NET MVC app:
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