1. Couple small notes:

    1) I would recommend deriving from PolicyBase instead of implementing the 2 interfaces if that’s an option – it does some lifting for you (keeping a copy of the PendingCheckin in a property, handling dispose, etc.)

    2) If there’s a problem, the object that’s sent back to the policy framework is a PolicyFailure object, not PolicyViolation

    3) typo: IPolicyDefintion

    James Manning

  2. Thanks james,

    I fixed the Typos and the PolicyViolation 🙂

    When I have some more time on my hands the comming weeks I will update the sample to use PolicyBase. I just upgraded the sample and was not aware of the fact that a base class is now provided for the basic plumming.

    Marcel de Vries

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