ClientCredentials Constructors

Definition

Initializes a new instance of the ClientCredentials class.

Overloads

ClientCredentials()

Initializes a new instance of the ClientCredentials class.

ClientCredentials(ClientCredentials)

This is a copy constructor.

Remarks

The most common way to use this class is to access its properties from the client object and not to instantiate it directly. The following code shows how to do this.

WSHttpBinding b = new WSHttpBinding();
EndpointAddress ea = new EndpointAddress("http://localhost/Calculator");
CalculatorClient client = new CalculatorClient(b, ea);
IssuedTokenClientCredential itcc = client.ClientCredentials.IssuedToken;

itcc.LocalIssuerAddress = new EndpointAddress("http://fabrikam.com/sts");

ClientCredentials()

Initializes a new instance of the ClientCredentials class.

public:
 ClientCredentials();
public ClientCredentials ();
Public Sub New ()

Examples

The most common way to use this class is to access its properties from the client object and not to instantiate it directly. The following code shows how to do this.

WSHttpBinding b = new WSHttpBinding();
EndpointAddress ea = new EndpointAddress("http://localhost/Calculator");
CalculatorClient client = new CalculatorClient(b, ea);
IssuedTokenClientCredential itcc = client.ClientCredentials.IssuedToken;

itcc.LocalIssuerAddress = new EndpointAddress("http://fabrikam.com/sts");

Remarks

This constructor creates a ClientCredentials object with default settings, for example, SupportInteractive = true.

ClientCredentials(ClientCredentials)

This is a copy constructor.

protected:
 ClientCredentials(System::ServiceModel::Description::ClientCredentials ^ other);
protected ClientCredentials (System.ServiceModel.Description.ClientCredentials other);
new System.ServiceModel.Description.ClientCredentials : System.ServiceModel.Description.ClientCredentials -> System.ServiceModel.Description.ClientCredentials
Protected Sub New (other As ClientCredentials)

Parameters

other
ClientCredentials

A ClientCredentials. All properties of the newly-constructed instance reflect the values of this parameter.

Examples

The most common way to use this class is to access its properties from the client object and not to instantiate it directly. The following code shows how to do this.

WSHttpBinding b = new WSHttpBinding();
EndpointAddress ea = new EndpointAddress("http://localhost/Calculator");
CalculatorClient client = new CalculatorClient(b, ea);
IssuedTokenClientCredential itcc = client.ClientCredentials.IssuedToken;

itcc.LocalIssuerAddress = new EndpointAddress("http://fabrikam.com/sts");

Applies to