Vittorio Bertocci

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  • Blog Post: Protecting Workflow Services with WIF

    It’s since March 2007 that WCF and WF started their mind meld (remember Orcas?) and I am tempted to say that in the .NET Framework 4 the process is pretty much complete. Want proof? You can use WIF for handling access to a Workflow Service just like you would do with a classic pure WCF service. Want...
  • Blog Post: The Authorization Continuum

    On a flight from Rome to Warsaw: apparently the droning noise of the plane (or what's left of it after this ) inspires me, and now I finally have the means of pulling out live writer from a pocket and start writing. This time I'd like to explore with you some further consequences of the shift toward...
  • Blog Post: While I was sleeping...

    [There's not much tech content in this post. You read it all at your risk :-) the next posts will get the technical discussion back on track from where we left it a couple months ago] From the all time record of 17 posts in June, this feed dropped to next to 0 activity in the last 2 months. in fact,...
  • Blog Post: A (fiscal) year in review

    It's that time of the year again: the end of June marks the end of the fiscal year, and for us it's time to reflect on what we've done in the past 12 months. Vast majority of the things I've done are internal-only or with high profile customers that can't be mentioned publicly until their PR departments...
  • Blog Post: PageFlow on Windows Workflow Foundation

    The idea of using Windows Workflow foundation for driving the UI behavior of an application is a very natural one: in fact, it came out endless times during last year's briefings with the enterprise early adopters and on internal discussions. There was even a major customer that was very serious about...
  • Blog Post: The solution for the Silver CardSpace sample & the OperationValidation handler

    In the last loooong post , the one about using CardSpace together with the new Receive activity featured by the Beta1 of the framework 3.5, I mentioned I would have attached the final solution: however I didn't do it right away, to give some incentive to actually go through the simple steps of the tutorial...
  • Blog Post: A Silver CardSpace: securing Orcas Workflow Services with Windows CardSpace

    In short: this is a step by step tutorial for creating from scratch a Workflow Service with the Beta 1 release of Visual Studio codename "Orcas". The tutorial shows how to secure the service with Windows CardSpace, how to create a client application on the fly and how to access claims from the code of...
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