Confirmation: Intel.Healthcare.dll does not AllowPartiallyTrustedCallers

Confirmation: Intel.Healthcare.dll does not AllowPartiallyTrustedCallers

Can anyone confirm if the library allows partially trusted callers to invoke the SDK's API from a partially trusted context (web-app)? We need to decide what language we should use to develop our application in.

For background information that leads to this query, we have tried implementing a C# .NET component that's loaded from a web page that reads Rfids from the RfidReader. We're currently experiencing the following error when the code tries to use the library:

That assembly does not allow partially trusted callers.

We believe this is due to the security policy that our application inherited (web application is partially trusted) that prevent us from using the library. If this is indeed the case, what language (C++ or Java)do you suggest for writing such a component? I notice that the Java language pack is only at its beta release.

Thanks heaps.

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Hi Louis,

You are correct, the MCA SDK currently does not allow partially trusted callers.Weexpected that most web programmers would use the COM interface. There may be a possibility to add support for partially trusted callers in a future release of the MCA SDK. Our engineers are evaluating that now based on your comments. We are also looking at some other possible alternatives to meet yourneed and we'll keep you updated as we progress.

-Steve

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