Monthly Archives: March 2008

Using IdentityModel: Authorization Context and Claims Transformation outside of WCF

Here I showed you how to transform authentication specific claims to general application claims. The same model can be also used outside of WCF. I will use a client application here as an example and save ASP.NET for a later … Continue reading

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Using IdentityModel: Simplifying Calculation of Information Card Unique IDs in WCF

The key to information card backed systems is calculating a stable unique identifier for your users based on the card claims. Typically this is done by hashing the issuer public key (plus some other information like a PPID for managed … Continue reading

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Using IdentityModel: Claims Transformation in WCF

In the previous post I talked about claims transformation. Two authorization policies are necessary for the scenario I described. The first one maps the “technical” identity to an application identity and the second one creates application specific claims based on … Continue reading

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