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comment Implementing a claims-based security model to secure a WCF service
Thanks, I'll take a look at that link. One thing I know I'll still have to figure out is how to validate a JWT at the service since it isn't built into WIF (only SAML and SWT are).
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comment Implementing a claims-based security model to secure a WCF service
Thanks for your response, but unfortunately, the link you provided doesn't offer any help. It has a link "To build your first claims-aware WCF service using WIF...", but it's a dead link. I've searched all over the last few days and have seen most of the MSDN material out there. There doesn't appear to be a tutorial using WCF, only ASP.NET
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comment Contract / Project / Line-Item hierarchy design considerations
@GlenH7 The circular references do cause me some pain though because we're using the DataContractSerializer (saving to XML as well as sending to a WCF service). I know we can use an attribute to mark an object as containing a reference, but this gets ugly quickly working up the object hierarchy. I was just curious if there was a cleaner way of doing things. I suppose I don't really need a "Parent" property on the Model...I can handle communication back to the parent via events.
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comment Contract / Project / Line-Item hierarchy design considerations
Thanks for your response. I'll review your thoughts above. Do you have any recommendations for eliminating the circular references from the tree structure? That is, how can a child project know it's parent without directly having a reference to it's parent object?
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