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SignInRequestMessage.Reply Property


Gets or sets the wreply parameter of the message.

 property System::String ^ Reply { System::String ^ get(); void set(System::String ^ value); };
public string Reply { get; set; }
member this.Reply : string with get, set
Public Property Reply As String

Property Value

The value of the wreply parameter. This is specified as a URI.


An attempt to set a value that is not a valid, absolute URI occurs.


Contains the URI to which responses should be directed. The wtrealm parameter is often used to specify this URI. However, in more complex scenarios, the wtrealm parameter can be used to specify the security realm for the request, for example, the entire web site, and the wreply parameter can be used to specify a specific resource within that realm, for example, a document, page, or endpoint. The wreply parameter is optional. Set the Reply property to null or an empty string to remove the wreply parameter from the message.


For backward compatibility with Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) version 1.0, Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) allows either the wtrealm parameter or the wreply parameter to be set (or both) for a sign-in message to be valid; however, the WS-Federation protocol requires that the wtrealm parameter be present in a sign-in request. In most scenarios, you should ensure that the wtrealm parameter is specified.

Applies to