ClientCredentials.HttpDigest ClientCredentials.HttpDigest ClientCredentials.HttpDigest ClientCredentials.HttpDigest Property


Gets the current HTTP Digest credential.

 property System::ServiceModel::Security::HttpDigestClientCredential ^ HttpDigest { System::ServiceModel::Security::HttpDigestClientCredential ^ get(); };
public System.ServiceModel.Security.HttpDigestClientCredential HttpDigest { get; }
member this.HttpDigest : System.ServiceModel.Security.HttpDigestClientCredential
Public ReadOnly Property HttpDigest As HttpDigestClientCredential

Property Value

A HttpDigestClientCredential that represents the credential that the client uses to authenticate to the service when the HTTP Digest authentication method is chosen.


The following code shows how to use this property to set the credentials user name and password.

private void Snippet2()
    using (CalculatorClient client = new CalculatorClient())
        client.ClientCredentials.HttpDigest.ClientCredential.UserName = "test";
        client.ClientCredentials.HttpDigest.ClientCredential.Password = "password";


You can use the object returned by this property to configure the credential by calling the AllowedImpersonationLevel property.

Similarly, you can specify the network credential to use if it is different from the current thread's token.

Applies to