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    • Claims based authentication

      Hi, Today CSLA supports 3 authentication models: 1. Custom authentication 2. ASP.NET Membership Provider authentication 3. Windows domain authentication Are there any plans for implementing a claims based authentication model in CSLA, utilising classes like ClaimsIdentity and ClaimsPrincipal? I understand...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Peter Centellini on Wed, Mar 18 2015
    • DataPortal.Update Failed on Server

      I have one Project that holds the Web & Desktop application (using VB ) In desktop app i am using a DataPortal.Update Method to update my Form Data, it works fine on my Local Machine................... but when i Deployed the project it is giving error on that Method. Any help would really be appreaciated...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Moed Ijaz on Tue, Oct 28 2014
    • CSLA and MS Identity

      Hi, In my MVC 5-Project I want to use MS Identity for Authorization and Authentication. I have built my application according to the EncapsulatedDto-model, hence I among my projects have a Dal, DalSql, Library, and WcfPortal Project. I'm want to use Claims-based Authorization, and could of course...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Peter Centellini on Fri, Oct 17 2014
    • CSLA And User Sessions

      I am planning to use CSLA as the BL for a web API (similar to ASP.Net MVC). All of the requests to the API must be authenticated and I'm having trouble understanding how CSLA works in this scenario. My web API layer can manage to keep a session in process to identify incoming requests using a token...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by donniefitz2 on Tue, Oct 7 2014
    • Authentication for WinRT devices joined to a domain

      We will have tablets running Win 8.1 Pro that will be joined to the domain, and users will sign in to those devices with their network credentials; however, I don't anticipate them connecting to the network via VPN while on the road. Instead, I expect the app to hit our remote DP on the DMZ, which...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Tim on Fri, Jun 13 2014
    • Authentication for WinRT LOB app

      I've previously created a Windows Store app that used Azure Mobile Services for authentication, which made things easy. I'm now working on a native Win 8 app for my company, and our network/infrastructure folks aren't comfortable with me using Azure. For authenticating the clients over the...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Tim on Sat, May 3 2014
    • Re: Windows Authentification (PopulateWindowsIdentity issue )

      Hi everyone, Just wanna share with you what i have found about the windows authentification for the Silverlight Application. Actually, to make it run, I have switched the IIS Application Pool Identity from “ApplicationPoolIdentity” to “NetWorkService” and next restart IIS. All...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by cconte on Mon, Aug 19 2013
    • Re: Custom Authentiaction with ASP..NET MVC

      There are several different technologies working together in these examples. First, there's the CSLA custom principal/identity types. You use these for almost all scenarios, especially when you are using your own user/role tables. Second, there's the ASP.NET and IIS authentication model, which...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by RockfordLhotka on Mon, Jul 1 2013
    • Silverlight Windows Authentification

      Hi folks, My organization would like to rely on Windows authentication to secure ours 3 tiers Silverlight applications, in order to provide some level of single sign-on functionality across all workstations. In my case, the Silverlight hosting server is part of a Windows Active Directory domain and all...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Cedric on Fri, Jun 14 2013
    • Re: Best way to handle "session" specific user data in a CSLA MVC app?

      I discuss various alternatives in the 'Expert 2008 Business Objects' book and in the 'Using CSLA 4' ebook series. Because the web server doesn't remember anything between requests, you have to recreate or re-obtain the principal/identity at the start of each page request. In and of...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by RockfordLhotka on Sat, Apr 6 2013
    • Mixed authentication

      Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Hi, We need some expert advice. Currently our product successfully implements CSLA using Silverlight for the client, but we want to expand our product by implementing other clients. In particular we want to create a Service Layer using the MVC Web API as...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by mparsin on Wed, Feb 27 2013
    • Re: WInRT's WebAuthenticationBroker for Authentication

      I tried that and then changed my mind and tried to do the same as in the code that comes with the data-portal book, so basically I authenticate with the WebAuthenticationBroker and I send the token to the backend so I can get the username using CustomPrincipal.BeginLogin(auth.AuthenticationType, token...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Jean on Tue, Dec 4 2012
    • WInRT's WebAuthenticationBroker for Authentication

      Anybody tried to use WInRT's WebAuthenticationBroker for Authentication with CSLA, How would that work? WebAuthenticationBroker runs on the client, and it seems that CSLA like to have it on the server. Any ideas ?
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Jean on Thu, Nov 22 2012
    • SIlverlight, Custom Authentication and IIS7

      Howdy, I have a silverlight application that we implemented custom authentication using a custom IPrincipal and IIdentity. My initial test were between two XP machines running IIS. In these these test the ApplicationContext.User flowed back to the server on DataPortal calls. I have deployed the application...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by dblwizard on Thu, Nov 8 2012
    • Re: quick newbie question - Csla.ApplicationContext.User.Identity.Name

      That should be fine, but it does rely on you having set Csla.ApplicationContext.User to some valid value first. Silverlight doesn't have any concept of a user identity, so CSLA includes one that matches the .NET principal/identity concept. But because Silverlight doesn't have this concept, you...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by RockfordLhotka on Tue, Sep 25 2012
    • Re: Async login not setting Csla.ApplicationContext.User?

      .NET stores the user principal/identity at the thread level. So if you set the principal on a background thread it will have no impact on the main UI app thread. Also, WPF works very hard to prevent the principal from being changed, even on the main app thread, so if you are using WPF that will also...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by RockfordLhotka on Thu, Jul 5 2012
    • Question: using M$ MemberShip API in a CSLA.NET for WinForm App

      Dear Sir, I am trying to use ASP.NET 2.0 in a winform application. Because I don’t need create a membership db and can use existing membership API. Below is my custom code for Principle and Identity, it looks works. if you are free, could you please give a look, I wonder to know whether I am in...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by chinaray on Mon, Feb 27 2012
    • Re: WCF Web API and Csla.ApplicationContextUser

      Once the User property is set it won't change unless your code changes it. On a web server, the User property value is actually stored in HttpContext, and ASP.NET manages the context object to ensure it is consistent throughout the life of the web request.
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by RockfordLhotka on Mon, Feb 13 2012
    • AuthorizationActions.ExecuteMethod

      Hi Can anyone explain me why in BussinessRules class there is no overload static HasPermission method that accept Csla.Core.IMemberInfo parameter? Whenever I want to check permission for a shared(static) method , I am forcing to create an instance of that class and then test the permission. like this...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by Alireza Majma on Sat, Jan 7 2012
    • Re: AuthenticatedType Federation

      Well let's be very clear. If the server's authentication type is Windows, that has no impact on the client at all. That just means that the server will not override whatever principal is on the server's thread - it lets Windows manage the principal. If the client's authentication type...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion by RockfordLhotka on Tue, Dec 13 2011
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