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How to secure a web service using a custom Principal object?

mbmccormick
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I have a web service in the same project as the rest of my website. I am able to call my web service without any trouble from the Javascript on my page using the Script Manager. Now, I want to have my web service access some of my business logic, and in order to do that I need to access the current Principal. The Principal object is set for the rest of the website, but not on my web service (where it uses WindowsIdentity instead of my BusinessIdentity).

I need to be able to somehow either login to my web service, or pass my Principal object. I still need to be able to access the web service via Javascript (including the business logic methods on my web service).

Any ideas? Thanks in advance for your help...
Aug 5 '08 #1
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