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Context is important. You make references to IEnumerable when operations like "create", update and delete (of a give user's record) typically don't involve "updating sets"; they involve a single record or object graph.

"Browsing" implies sets, and is generally only limited in a broad sense (one may or may not access this particular "view").

When talking about "roles", this is not something that starts at query time; it starts as soon as the user has logged in and identified themselves. The app should be aware of parts to limit based on roles; which includes forms, reports, menu items, and sensitive data (which may involve limiting tables, records, columns, ranges, etc. based on need).

The "back end" accesses "views" of the data based on roles; and applies "need to know" filters before it even tackles the user's request. Still a pipeline, but with some extra "role filters" in between components; which includes the interactive / online / real-time parts.

So, you need to maintain and interface with a user's "role object" from start to finish. And the data that is finally handed off to that actual "insert" or update (that last "grain") is then free of any "role checking".


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