Suggestion: Blazor Authorization & Dialogs

I see that page authorization doesn't work for dialogs.

It would be nice if (in Blazor at least) the dialog service would obey the view authorization.

Perhaps there is a better way, but it seems to work if you were to generate <AuthorizeView> component instead of Authorize attribute.

Like so:

@page "/add-customer"
@layout MainLayout
@inherits BlazorAuthTest.Pages.AddCustomerComponent

@using Radzen
@using Radzen.Blazor
@using BlazorAuthTest.Models.SalesData
@using BlazorAuthTest.Models
@using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Authorization
@using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Components.Authorization
@attribute [Authorize(Roles="SalesData.WriteAll")]    <!--INSTEAD OF THIS-->


    
<RadzenContent Container="main">
  <ChildContent>
 <AuthorizeView Roles="SalesData.WriteAll">    <!--THIS IS THE TICKET-->
    <Authorized Context="main">                <!--THIS IS THE TICKET-->
      <div class="row">
      <div class="col-md-12">
        <RadzenTemplateForm Data="@customer" Visible="@(customer != null)" TItem="BlazorAuthTest.Models.SalesData.Customer" Submit="@Form0Submit">
 ...
        </RadzenTemplateForm>
      </div>
    </div>
    </Authorized>                             <!--THIS IS THE TICKET-->
    <NotAuthorized>                         <!--THIS IS THE TICKET-->
        <p>Unauthorized</p>                 <!--THIS IS THE TICKET-->
    </NotAuthorized>                        <!--THIS IS THE TICKET-->
</AuthorizeView>                            <!--THIS IS THE TICKET-->
  </ChildContent>
</RadzenContent>

Thanks for listening and keep up the great work. Looking forward to 3.0!

TIA,
Josh