WCF doubts

Sample Ex:

[ServiceContract]

    interface IContactService

    {

        [OperationContract]

        [FaultContract(typeof(EmployeeContacts))]

        EmployeeContacts GetEmpContactDetails(string txtmailID);

               

                 [OperationContract]

        [FaultContract(typeof(EmployeeContacts))]

        EmployeeContacts FetchEmplocation(string txtmailID);

 

    }

 

I have a ServiceA in which 2 methods/functionalities are written

·         Assume I have to provide services to Company-A, Company-B. How to Provide ServiceA to
          company-A with only GetEmpContactDetails functionalities access,
          even if Company-A trying to consume FetchEmplocation its  should not allow?

 

·         Do I need to create separate service account for the both company?
          Based on that shall I filter out the functionalities
          (GetEmpContactDetails, FetchEmplocation)?

 

All I want is - I don’t want to deploy separate service to
company A and companyB. I just need to use same service for
both company and pass on different functionalities
to company A and company B
ganeahdevAsked:
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Kalpesh ChhatralaSoftware ConsultantCommented:
You can provide Unique Identity to each company . User need to pass as parameter when calling WCF Api function. With that unique identity you can decide allow/restrict.
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ganeahdevAuthor Commented:
Thank you..... good knowledge sharing.
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