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Can someone help me to give idea on implementing custom WCF service in SharePoint 2010 configured to claims based authentication? I have implemented WCF service and deployed to ISAPI folder. When I deploy this to a web application with classic authentication enabled, all looks good. But, with claims based authentication the service is failing.

Can someone please help me? I have read and tried all the internet article already. Used with WsHttpBinding, basicHttpBinding and webHttpBinding. I am not using HTTPS, it's on HTTP protocol.

thanks

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In terms of getting you started, I would suggest breaking this into manageable items.

Getting Started Building a WCF Web Service

Shows how to create a very simple web service using WCF. Shows how to host this web service using IIS.

Determining Caller Identity within a WCF Web Service

Enhances the example so that the Web service can authoritatively report on the identity of its caller.

Establishing Trust between a WCF Web Service and the SharePoint 2010 Security Token Service

Configures the example developed in the previous article so that it uses a self-signed certificate to support a secure connection.

Consuming a Claims-Enabled WCF Web Service as an SharePoint 2010 External Content Type

Walks through the procedure for consuming a claims-enabled web service as a SharePoint 2010 External Content Type.

Lastly, for your awareness when a web application is configured to use claims authentication (Windows claims, form-based authentication claims, or SAML claims), the Internet Information Services (IIS) website is always configured to have anonymous access turned on.

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I have solved the issue after spending couple of frustration hours on it.

Finally, I am using the webHttpBinding and it's working fine in Windows Authentication as I have mentioned.

And I am using client as Jquery AJAX. So, along with my request I am also passing RequestDigest and it fixed my issue. Now, all good.

Hope this will help!

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