Custom Authenticator and Login Module in native Windows Phone 8 applications
This tutorial illustrates the native Windows Phone 8 client-side authentication components for custom authentication. Make sure you read Custom Authenticator and Login Module first.
Creating the client-side authentication components
Create a native Windows Phone 8 application and add the MobileFirst native APIs following the documentation.
CustomChallengeHandler class as a subclass of
CustomChallengeHandler should implement
isCustomResponse checks every custom response received from MobileFirst Server to see if this is the challenge we are expecting.
handleChallenge method, is called after the
isCustomResponse method returned true.
Within this method we present our login form. Different approaches may be adopted to present the login form.
From the login form , credentials are passed to the
CustomChallengeHandler class. The
submitLoginForm() method is used to send our input data to the authenticator.
Within the MainPage class connect to MobileFirst server, register your
challengeHandler and invoke the protected adapter procedure.
The procedure invocation will trigger MobileFirst server to send a challenge that will trigger our
Since the native API not protected by a defined security test, there is no login form presented during server connection.
Invoke the protected adapter procedure and the login form is presented by the