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SPChannelFactoryOperations Methods

The SPChannelFactoryOperations type exposes the following members.

  Name Description
Public method Static member ConfigureCredentials<TChannel> Configures the channel factory credentials for a specified mode of authentication.
Public method Static member CreateChannelActingAsLoggedOnUser<TChannel>(ChannelFactory<TChannel>) CreateChannelAsLoggedOnUser creates a WCF channel, using an 'act as' token. The 'act as' token represents process identity (actor) and user identity. This token delegates the user’s identity to the back end server. Delegation is an expensive operation.
Public method Static member CreateChannelActingAsLoggedOnUser<TChannel>(ChannelFactory<TChannel>, EndpointAddress) CreateChannelAsLoggedOnUser creates a WCF channel, using an 'act as' token. The 'act as' token represents process identity (actor) and user identity. This token delegates the user’s identity to the back end server. Delegation is an expensive operation.
Public method Static member CreateChannelActingAsLoggedOnUser<TChannel>(ChannelFactory<TChannel>, EndpointAddress, Uri) CreateChannelAsLoggedOnUser creates a WCF channel, using an 'act as' token. The 'act as' token represents process identity (actor) and user identity. This token delegates the user’s identity to the back end server. Delegation is an expensive operation.
Public method Static member CreateChannelAsProcess<TChannel>(ChannelFactory<TChannel>) Creates a channel that is used to send messages to a service as the current process identity with the specified kind of channel and factory.
Public method Static member CreateChannelAsProcess<TChannel>(ChannelFactory<TChannel>, EndpointAddress) Creates a channel that is used to send messages to a service as the current process identity with the specified kind of channel and factory and endpoint address.
Public method Static member CreateChannelAsProcess<TChannel>(ChannelFactory<TChannel>, EndpointAddress, Uri) Creates a channel that is used to send messages to a service as the current process identity with the specified kind of channel, factory, endpoint address, and URI.
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