Identity Framework SDK and Training Kit for Visual Studio 2010

A new version of the Windows Identity Framework SDK and developer training kit is available targeting Visual Studio 2010 and .Net 4. The Windows Identity Framework SDK includes samples and Visual Studio templates while the training kit includes hands-on labs and training resources. The SDK and training kit each have a download option for .Net…

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Fix for Generating Metadata Behind a Router

When generating metadata to describe a service, an address is published for the location at which the service can be reached. This is the address to which a client of the service should address a message. Ordinarily, the metadata address is obtained by looking at the address at which the service is listening for messages….

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Fix for HTTP Configuration Errors using WebScriptEnablingBehavior

I’ve sufficiently recovered from running the last week-long series covering fixes for WCF to do another one. This week I’ll again be covering fixes for WCF that may be hard to find and explaining the details behind each problem. When using the WebScriptEnablingBehavior to create an AJAX service, the service endpoint is given an accompanying…

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Fix to Allow Providing Outgoing Supporting Tokens

I’ve sufficiently recovered from running the last week-long series covering fixes for WCF to do another one. This week I’ll again be covering fixes for WCF that may be hard to find and explaining the details behind each problem. A primary token provides security to a message by signing the message body and headers in…

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Fix to Disable Transport Security with Message Credentials

I’ve sufficiently recovered from running the last week-long series covering fixes for WCF to do another one. This week I’ll again be covering fixes for WCF that may be hard to find and explaining the details behind each problem. This is another fix that adds the feature of using message security requests in a nominally…

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Fix to Disable Security on Responses

I’ve sufficiently recovered from running the last week-long series covering fixes for WCF to do another one. This week I’ll again be covering fixes for WCF that may be hard to find and explaining the details behind each problem. The first fix is a new feature added to allow secure message security requests to be…

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MEF Preview 9

Here’s the post that was supposed to appear last Friday. The Managed Extensibility Framework makes it easier to create and reuse extensible applications by providing a standardized model for discovering and composing application plugins. This allows you to get an off the shelf component model without having to build the infrastructure yourself as part of…

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Finding the Remote Client Address

After being a highly-requested feature, back in .Net 3.5 we added the ability to see the network address from which the client request had arrived. Here’s how it works. Participating transports capture the client’s network address using whatever sources of information they have available. The transport then attaches a message property to the received message…

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Fix to Allow Customizing the Status Code when Validation Fails

This week I’ll be running a series covering fixes for WCF that may be hard to find and explaining the details behind each problem. This next fix is actually to add a new feature when writing a UserNamePasswordValidator. A UserNamePasswordValidator gives you a callback method called Validate that takes user name and password parameters supplied…

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Fix for Exception Reading Typed Headers

This week I’ll be running a series covering fixes for WCF that may be hard to find and explaining the details behind each problem. The dispatch operation formatter is the component that deserializes a message into objects. When building the objects out of the message headers in the message, the implementation of the operation formatters…

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