SAML2 Handler



Allows for single sign on integration using the SAML2 specification. This is achieved by allowing an adapter to act as a Service Provider (SP). When an adapter uses a SAML2 request handler the adapter will produce the metadata required for the Identity Provider (IdP) to successfully configure the SP.

When a response is successfully validated the authenticated username is placed in the "NameID" parameter. Apidapter does support attributes. 



Name ID format: The format of Name ID to request from the IdP.

SP entity ID: An identifier for this service provider. This should follow the guidelines in the SAML2 documentation.

IdP entity ID: The identifier of the IdP with which the SP will interact.

Single sign on service URL: URL provided by IdP to support single sign on via the HTTP-Redirect binding.

SP private key: The key used to sign SAML requests.

IdP x509 certificate: The certificate used to decrypt responses from the IdP.



Enabling SSO for a custom web application.



Handler will error if:

  1. The server is unavailable. This can happen due to downtime, firewall configuration, network issues, or an incorrect server URL.
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