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Authentication methods & authentication speed

Question asked by Nikolay Karetnikov on Apr 3, 2017
Latest reply on Apr 26, 2017 by Jeff Geller

Hello!

What are guidelines for creating an authentication method that would run the most efficiently in terms of authentication time?

For PIN & Card authentication I created the following script (attached) just by removing lines that never get run.

But I am not sure about all "using" statements.

 

using System;

using System.Collections.Generic;

using System.Globalization;

using PharosSystems.Blueprint.Scripting;

using PharosSystems.Blueprint.Scripting.IdentityHelpers;

using PharosSystems.Blueprint.Interfaces;

using PharosSystems.Schemas;

using PharosSystems.Blueprint.Scripting.Api;

using PharosSystems.Core.DataObjects;

using System.Text.RegularExpressions;

using System.DirectoryServices;

using PharosSystems.Blueprint.Exceptions;

using ServerInstallType = PharosSystems.Core.Enumerations.ServerInstallType;

using ClientRemotingConfig = PharosSystems.Core.ClientRemotingConfig;

using RemotingHelper = PharosSystems.Library.RemotingHelper;

using IManagerFactoryRemoteMethods = PharosSystems.Core.IManagerFactoryRemoteMethods;

using GeneralConfig = PharosSystems.Core.GeneralConfig;

using ParentConnectionConfig = PharosSystems.Core.ParentConnectionConfig;

using IIdentifierManagerRemoteMethods = PharosSystems.Core.IIdentifierManagerRemoteMethods;

using IUserManagerRemoteMethods = PharosSystems.Core.IUserManagerRemoteMethods;

 

 

Can someone clarify what are they for?

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