I have tried to get impersonation to work on a WCF-net.tcp-connection to work in a Sharepoint solution with Claims Based authentication. I have a related post(below) but I'll try to narrow it down to ...
We are developing an application which is going to do some CRUD operations for a couple lists and offer our customers to download files. We are using REST services as well as Sharepoint Web Services. ...
Simple Microsoft demo wcf service works on classic authentication web app, but fails on a claims based web app. Why?
This must be something very simple I just don't get. I create the demo wcf service by Microsoft: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff521581.aspx I create two web applications on my SP2010 ...
I'm using SharePoint 2010 as a document store for a front-end .NET application. The SharePoint farm is using Claims Based Authentication. I want to call a WCF web service on the farm with a ...
Here is the scenario: Custom WCF Service deployed in SharePoint 2010 Site is using Claims Based authentication (FBA, NTLM) .svc is deployed to ISAPI in the hive Service is configured using custom ...
I have a WCF service hosted in a Claims-enabled SharePoint 2010 webapp. Using wsHttpBinding I can get a console client to use Windows (Kerberos) authentication against the service. Within the ...