So in this post we’ll cover step by step how to build the back-end API, and on the next post we’ll cover how we’ll build and integrate the SPA with the API.
Enough theories let’s get our hands dirty and start implementing the API!
If you don’t do this it may compromise the integrity of the DBS service and introduce risk to your recruitment or licensing arrangements.
As an employer you must not attempt to amend the application form without the applicant’s knowledge and agreement.
You will need to set the appropriate permissions on the private key to allow that service account access to it. Permissions on private key were set correctly, everything was apparently fine except the Keyset doesn't exist error.
MSDN has the details Thanks, just wanted to point out that if you use iis7.5 and the application pool runs as applicationpoolidentity, you will have to give IIS App Pool\Default App Pool user permissions to the file. In the end it turned out that certificate was imported to the current user store first and then moved to local machine store.
The API supports CORS and accepts HTTP calls from any origin.
This publication is available at https://uk/government/publications/dbs-identity-checking-guidelines/id-checking-guidelines-for-dbs-check-applications If there are any discrepancies in the information provided by the applicant and/or the identity documents supplied, and fraud is not suspected, please ask the applicant to clarify. NET Identity 2.1 users table (Asp Net Users) comes by default with a Boolean column named “Email Confirmed”, this column is used to flag if the email provided by the registered user is valid and belongs to this user in other words that user can access the email provided and he is not impersonating another identity.So our membership system should not allow users without valid email address to log into the system.As I stated before we’ll use token based approach to implement authentication between the front-end application and the back-end API, as we all know the common and old way to implement authentication is the cookie-based approach were the cookie is sent with each request from the client to the server, and on the server it is used to identify the authenticated user.With the evolution of front-end frameworks and the huge change on how we build web applications nowadays the preferred approach to authenticate users is to use signed token as this token sent to the server with each request, some of the benefits for using this approach are: The front-end SPA will be built using HTML5, Angular JS, and Twitter Bootstrap. NET Web API 2 on top of Owin middleware not directly on top of ASP.