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We tried to setup an ADAM in our test environment that is using user proxies against AD. While the ActiveDirectoryMembershipProvider works with normal ADAM user accounts, we could not, however, log in with any of our proxy accounts.
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Some of you may have read my earlier post Making a WSS4J client talk to a WSE 3.0 secured web service with x509 certificates. In the original post I used the interop certificates that are issued with WSS4J. In this post I'll explain how you can create your own certificates.
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I've just added a new feature to .NetSpec's exporter .NetSpecExporter. It can now parse TestResults files from Visual Studio or MsBuild/TFS Team build, and show them in a compressed readable format.
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I've added a couple of new features to .NetSpec.
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So I just added a new open source project to boss.bekk.no. It's called .NetSpec and the goal is the provide a RSpec like syntax for writing tests/specifying behaviour, but still allow the tests to run through Visual Studio's test view and the TFS team build.
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Some of you may have seen my old posting where I presented some configuration for accessing a WSS4J secured Axis service from .NET using WSE3.0. I have gotten a lot of questions about how to make this work the other way around. This post contains a working configuration for a WSS4J secured client talking to a WSE3.0 secured web service using x509 certificates.
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Datasets tend to make applications really hard to test. In this entry I'll explain a method you can use to improve the testability of your dataset-driven architecture.
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I guess this happens to lots of people because I found a lot of writing about it after searching google, but I didn't find any solution I could fully use. So I created a version that should work in most cases.
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ADAM is a good store for users in .NET, but some things tend to take long time to figure out. One of these are password managment. This post will explain a method for setting a user's password from code (for resetting a password, changing a password etc.).
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Making Apache axis web services work with .NET technology can be a pain in the neck.
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