Extending and Modifying the Policy Injection Application Block
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In its original form, the Policy Injection Application Block works well for typical scenarios such as validating method parameter and property values, checking authorization, applying caching to method return values and property values, logging method and property calls, and handling exceptions. However, there may be times when you have to customize certain behaviors of the Policy Injection Application Block to better suit your application's particular requirements. There are two ways to do this: