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Applying custom claims in claims based application
Category : Programming Languages

I would like to grant document level permission based on custom claims in claims based web site. A user may have hundreds of document or one. Is it a good idea to apply custom claims? What is the avantages or disadvantages? Is there a limit on the number of claims that can be added to the claim set?


Thanks in advance for your help.


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Claims Procedures for Filing Property Insurance Claims
Category : Personal Finance
Consumers purchase insurance to return property to the condition enjoyed before a loss occurred. Property insurance is purchased to protect a home, business or other premises. Property insurance covers losses that result from theft, vandalism, weather-related incidents, falling objects, fire or electrical malfunction. If you experience a loss, you must follow certain claims-filing procedures to en

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Claims-based Authentication: Are strings the essence of claims?
Category : Development Tools & Services

I've been programming with claims-based authentication for some time now with Windows Identity Foundation.


It appears to me that in Windows Identity Foundation, once a user is logged in, the claims are basically strings of information that describe the user.


With the old role-based authentication, I could say that a user is or is not a member of a given group, but with c


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How to Switch Unemployment Claims to Disability Claims in California
Category : Personal Finance
If you find yourself disabled after losing your job and being on unemployment, you do have the option of filing for disability. Since the processing of disability applications typically takes at least a few months, and a few years in some cases, it's best to get started on your application as soon as possible. This way, you'll be able to continue receiving your unemployment benefits while you're w

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Claims Against Wills
Category : Personal Finance
Claims against wills, also known as will contests, occur when one party attempts to claim that all or a part of a will should be invalidated by a court. There are several reasons that a court will typically hold a will invalid, most dealing with the mental state of the will's creator (the "testator"). Will contests can also depend heavily on the applicable state probate law. Those with specific qu

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What Are First-Party Claims?
Category : Personal Finance
Insurance is a massive industry, with companies insuring people for everything from cars and boats to life and businesses. Ideally when something happens that you are insured against, you report the incident to your insurance company and you're compensated. One possible way this happens is a first-party claim, which is a specific form of insurance claim. First-Party InsuranceFirst-party insuran

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What are Insurance Claims?
Category : Personal Finance
Insurance claims can come in different forms and types, from a claim from storm damage to damages incurred from professional negligence. Claims are reported through your insurance company after the incident has occurred and are processed through the agency until a final decision has been rendered.

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Help in Settling IRS Claims
Category : Personal Finance
If the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has won a judgment against you, you must settle this claim to resolve your obligation. You can negotiate with the IRS directly or use the services of a certified financial planner, tax attorney or debt settlement company. Each option offers their own unique pros and cons. Direct NegotiationThe IRS will help you settle its claim against you; however, it will

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Tax Claims for Pets
Category : Personal Finance
The Internal Revenue Service requires many income earners to file tax returns to ensure that they pay the correct amount of tax, but it also allows taxpayers to subtract or deduct expenses when calculating taxable income. The normal costs of owning and caring for a pet are not tax deductible, but certain pet- and animal-related expenses are deducible in special circumstances. Deductible Moving

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Getting claims on the client
Category : Development Tools & Services

I have implemented a WCF service that exposes operations that a Windows Forms client consumes. In the service, I am using claims-based authorization with a custom AuthorizationPolicy in which I insert my custom Claimset based on the principal identity before the operation code runs. The operations then require certain Claims within the Claimset in order to run.


So, given this, wha


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