Represents a claim that is associated with an entity.
Assembly: System.IdentityModel (in System.IdentityModel.dll)
|Claim(String^, Object^, String^)|
Initializes a new instance of theclass with the specified type, resource, and right.
Gets the type of the claim.
Gets an object that can compare twoobjects for equality.
Gets the resource with which thisobject is associated.
A string representation of a uniform resource identifier (URI) that specifies the right associated with this Rights class.object. Pre-defined rights are available as static properties of the
A pre-defined claim that represents the system entity.
Creates aobject that represents a deny-only specified security identifier (SID).
Creates aobject that represents the specified Domain Name System (DNS) name.
Creates aobject that represents the specified hash value.
Creates aobject that represents the specified email address.
Creates aobject that represents the specified name.
Creates aobject that represents the specified RSA key.
Creates aobject that represents the specified Service Principal Name (SPN).
Creates aobject that represents the specified thumbprint.
Creates aobject that represents the specified Universal Principal Name (UPN).
Creates aobject that represents the specified Uniform Resource Locator (URL).
Creates aobject that represents the specified security identifier (SID).
Creates aobject that represents the specified X.500 distinguished name.
Determines whether the specified object represents the same claim as the current Object::Equals(Object^).)object.(Overrides
Allows an object to try to free resources and perform other cleanup operations before it is reclaimed by garbage collection.(Inherited from Object.)
Returns a hash code for the current claim.(Overrides Object::GetHashCode().)
Returns a string representation of this Object::ToString().)object.(Overrides
The Identity Model is a claims-based authorization system. Claims describe the capabilities associated with some entity in the system, often a user of that system. The set of claims associated with a given entity can be thought of as a key. The particular claims define the shape of that key; much like a physical key is used to open a lock in a door. In this way, claims are used to gain access to resources. Access to a given protected resource is determined by comparing the claims required to access that resource with the claims associated with the entity that attempts access.
A claim is the expression of a right with respect to a particular value. A right could be read, write, or possess. A value could be a database, a file, a mailbox, or a property. Claims also have a claim type. The combination of claim type and right provides the mechanism for capabilities being specified with respect to the value. For example, a claim of type file with the right read over the value biography.doc indicates that the entity with such a claim has read access to the file biography.doc. A claim of type name with the right PossessProperty over the value Martin indicates that the entity with the claim possesses a Name property with the value Martin.
Although various claim types and rights are defined as part of Identity Model, the system is extensible. The various systems building on top of the Identity Model infrastructure can define claim types and rights as required.
Available since 3.0
Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.