Token Handler. Detect Replayed Token(SecurityToken) Method
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When overridden in a derived class, throws an exception if the specified token is detected as being replayed.
protected: virtual void DetectReplayedToken(System::IdentityModel::Tokens::SecurityToken ^ token);
protected virtual void DetectReplayedToken (System.IdentityModel.Tokens.SecurityToken token);
abstract member DetectReplayedToken : System.IdentityModel.Tokens.SecurityToken -> unit override this.DetectReplayedToken : System.IdentityModel.Tokens.SecurityToken -> unit
Protected Overridable Sub DetectReplayedToken (token As SecurityToken)
The token to check for replay.
The default implementation does nothing.
Derived classes should throw a SecurityTokenReplayDetectedException if the token has already been used.
Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) provides the TokenReplayCache class from which replay caches may be derived and the <tokenReplayCache> configuration element, which can be used to configure the replay cache used by token handlers in an application; however, the exact implementation of the DetectReplayedToken method is up to the designer of the derived class.