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SAML Security Token Service for WSE 3.0 just released...

SAML Security Token Service for WSE 3.0 just released...

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We have just released our Security token service for WSE 3.0. So if you are interested in Web service security, or are learning WSE 3.0 or are interested in learning more about SAML head to our workspace and take a look... http://practices.gotdotnet.com/projects/saml. The solution has shipped as a quickstart - and we are also encouraging members of the community to develop further iterations of this release... so if anyone is interested ping me, or start a thread on our workspace.

It took longer than we thought because we spent a month doing interop testing with WCF - but at the end of the day I think you will learn a lot from this deliverable. Many thanks to the WSE 3.0 team, Ed Johns (whose code we originally used as a starting point) and in particular Pablo (http://weblogs.asp.net/cibrax/) whose development efforts were crucial to this solutions success.

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  • When I click on the link http://practices.gotdotnet.com/projects/saml this message is displayed on the resulting page:

    The GotDotNet site is being phased out

    Where are the Patterns and Practices code samples located now that GotDotNet has been phased out?

    Thanks,

    jm

  • It looks like GDN has now been closed down. I might suggest you ask this question on teh P&P Codeplex workspace for the Service Factory.

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