BizTalk & Development Thoughts

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  • Blog Post: Securing Dynamic Data ASP.NET SQL Azure Published Web Site with ACS and Facebook as an Identity Provider

    The Scenario I wanted to implement an Azure web site that is using the Azure Access Control Service and integrates with an external identity provider to authenticate and authorize users. At first I thought of using Windows Live ID but it has a problem that the only claim offered by WLID is the unique...
  • Blog Post: BAM portal customization (Websites customization)

    Introduction Although the requirement I had was to add a custom page and customize the BizTalk BAM portal; this post actually applies to any web application that is using the compiled web site template. The BAM portal is the business analysis and monitoring portal that comes with BizTalk server. This...
  • Blog Post: ASPNET_SETREG does not care about your password–Or DOES IT

    If you are developing an ASP.NET application and required to have the password placed in the configuration file then you have seen this condition. The thing is that usually we would want to put the password encrypted and one way that existed since ASP.NET 1.1 is the placement of the password in the registry...
  • Blog Post: Writing an IIS 7.5 Auto Start Provider

    In IIS 7.5 there is a new feature called the auto start provider. This feature allows you to load any custom web application resources to allow the application to provide better performance right from the first request.   Usually implementing an auto start provider is a simple task but what I think...
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