• Complex Claim Values with WIF

    October 28, 2012

    The Windows Identity Foundation Claim class has a property named Value which is of type String. This being a string can be somewhat restrictive. There are clearly defined reasons for this limitation: In order to reduce dependencies and simplify administration, in WIF the value of a claim is represented only as a string. For more […]

  • Using Domain Driven Design Value Objects as Document Keys in RavenDB

    October 18, 2012

    See here for post on performance considerations of Value Object document keys in RavenDB. Consider federated authentication where an identity provider, such as Windows Live ID, provides a “name identifier” claim for the user. The name identifier claim would be used in conjunction with another claim specifying the provider (thereby guaranteeing the name identifiers uniqueness) […]