Access Control Service: Passive/Active Transition Sample

Here you can find my updated ACS2 sample. In addition to the existing front ends (web [WS-Federation], console [SOAP & REST], Silverlight [REST]) and error handling, it now also includes a WPF client that shows the passive/active transition with a SOAP service as illustrated here.

All the ACS interaction is encapsulated in a WPF user control that:

  • retrieves the JSON feed
  • displays a list of supported identity providers
  • triggers the sign in via a browser control
  • retrieves the token response
  • packages the token as a GenericXmlSecurityToken (to be used directly with the WIF ChannelFactory extensions methods)

All you need to supply is the ACS namespace and the realm.

 

Have fun!

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4 Responses to Access Control Service: Passive/Active Transition Sample

  1. Dave says:

    Link to the source code is broken. Can you please tell me where this file can be found?

  2. Dave says:

    After I trigger the sign in via a browser control, how do I retrieve the token from the response?

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