WCF Security Interoperability Guidelines – 2 : Reference Style of a Primary Signing Token inside a request

In my last post, I had discussed the supported ways to reference a primary signing token inside a response. We will focus on request this time round. Consider a scenario where we have a non-.NET client consuming a WCF service, security requirements of the underlying communication remaining the same as my last post:                    –         …

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WCF Security Interoperability Guidelines – 1 : Reference Style of a Primary Signing Token inside a response

Making things work with a disparate entity is always a difficult task to accomplish. Things are no different in WCF Interoperability space. While significant developments have been made over the years to standardize various protocols and develop products which adhere to these protocols, differences are always there. Through the course of this article and subsequent…

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SSL Offloader Using WCF 4.0 Routing Service

WCF Routing Service is a new feature introduced with WCF 4.0. While this article is not about explaining what it is (complete details about WCF Routing Service is available here), I must admit that this new feature is simply awesome. It has made pain points like protocol bridging and handling communication exceptions a no brainer…

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Manipulate a WCF request / response using a custom encoder

Message Encoders are an interesting component within WCF channel stack. It’s primary job is to transform Message instances to and from the wire. While it has an independent existence within a WCF binding stack in the form of a Message Encoding binding element, in essence it is closely integrated with the underlying transport layer. This…

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