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Service Station: Authorization In WCF-Based Services

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Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) provides an easy role-based system and a more powerful and complex claims-based API for implementing authorization in services.

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services based architecture


was giving a though on using ajax enabled wcf services as part of architecture

generally wht im using

is UI-> BL-> data access


is it suggestable to use wcf services layer instead

of BL

nd hv UI-> services-> data access

related to asp.net


would like to no pro's and con's of doing this thing.

is it suggestable to do it. 

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