Windows Azure AppFabric Access Control Service (ACS): REST Web Services And OAuth 2.0 Delegation

Scenario Following are characteristics of the scenario: RESTful web service requires SWT token. Credentials validated by the same authority that exposes the RESTful web service. RESTful web service is accessed by intermediary and not by the end user. Credentials must not be shared with intermediary.   Solution Use ACS as an OAuth authorization server. Use…

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Windows Azure AppFabric Access Control Service (ACS): WCF SWT/REST OAuth Scenario

Scenario Following are characteristics of the scenario: WCF service that exposes its functionality via REST and requires an issued SWT token based on any type of credentials – username/password pair, symmetric key, or client certificate. Solution To solve this scenario, use ACS with the following configuration: In the app, use either custom Token Handler with…

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Windows Azure AppFabric Access Control Service (ACS): WCF SAML/SOAP ADFS Scenario

Scenario Following are characteristics of the scenario: WCF service that expose its functionality via SOAP and requires an issued SAML token. The credentials are managed by ADFS Solution To solve this scenario, use ACS with the following configuration: Use SAML 2.0 token when configuring relying party (trust) for your WCF service. Do not configure Service…

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Windows Azure AppFabric Access Control Service (ACS): WCF SAML/SOAP Username/Password Scenario

Scenario Following are characteristics of the scenario: WCF service that expose its functionality via SOAP and requires an issued token based on username and password pair. Solution To solve this scenario, use ACS with the following configuration: Use SAML 2.0 token when configuring relying party (trust) for your WCF service. Use Service Identity of type…

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