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QuestionMinimize the risk that (bad) programmers call specific functions? Pin
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Gerry Schmitz16-Dec-19 11:54
mveGerry Schmitz16-Dec-19 11:54 
Dll's don't preclude debugging.

Use a wrapper class then. Give the "bad programmers" the wrapper that calls your dll's "open" methods, then make up a stupid name for the dll that they can't guess: StupidProgrammer.dll, for example. Though they have to add stupid dll to the project too.
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QuestionTraditional architecture, SOA, or serverless Pin
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