- FabrikamShipping. This is a fairly complete example of how to use the Windows identity Foundation for addressing common tasks in the development of web solutions: accepting identities from an external identity provider, driving the UI using claims, invoking back-end WCF services via delegated authentication, handling claims based authorization and so on. The sample is based on the scenario described in Kim’s Cameron PDC08 session. You can download the sample from here; a detailed description is available here.
- ClaimsDrivenModifierControl. This is a sample ASP.NET control that demonstrates how you can take advantage of claims for driving the behavior of your Web UX without the need of writing any code. You can download the sample from here; a detailed description is available here; finally, if you want to see the control in action a screencast is available here.
- SecurityTokenVisualizerControl. This a very simple ASP.NET control that can help you to debug your Websites secured with the Windows identity Foundation, by allowing you to inspect identity information in the current context such as claims list, raw XML of the incoming token, signing certificates and more. You can download the sample from here; a detailed description is available here.
All examples come with a handy installer which verifies if your system complies with the necessary prerequisites, and helps you to download & configure what you are missing.
Bruce D. Kyle
ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation