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72:integration:saml [2019/08/28 11:59]
Erich Meier
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Erich Meier
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                         providerId="<​yourStagesURL>"​                         providerId="<​yourStagesURL>"​
                         signatureKeyAlias="​samlkeyalias"​                         signatureKeyAlias="​samlkeyalias"​
-    ​>+   >
         </​service-provider>​         </​service-provider>​
  
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                         nameIdPolicyFormat="​urn:​oasis:​names:​tc:​SAML:​1.1:​nameid-format:​unspecified"​                         nameIdPolicyFormat="​urn:​oasis:​names:​tc:​SAML:​1.1:​nameid-format:​unspecified"​
                         userFullnameTemplate="​%firstname% %lastname%"​                         userFullnameTemplate="​%firstname% %lastname%"​
-             >+            ​>
             <!-- hardcoded magic value that specifies the NameID from the SAML reply -->             <!-- hardcoded magic value that specifies the NameID from the SAML reply -->
             <​identity-provider-attribute name="​username"​ id="​http://​schemas.stages.methodpark.com/​saml/​v2/​identity/​claims/​subject"​ />             <​identity-provider-attribute name="​username"​ id="​http://​schemas.stages.methodpark.com/​saml/​v2/​identity/​claims/​subject"​ />
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 The resulting XML file can be sent to the SAML IdP administrators and contains all information necessary to set up the trust relationship on the IdP side. After the SAML IdP has been configured with the SP metadata, users will be able to authenticate successfully with Stages through the SAML IdP. The resulting XML file can be sent to the SAML IdP administrators and contains all information necessary to set up the trust relationship on the IdP side. After the SAML IdP has been configured with the SP metadata, users will be able to authenticate successfully with Stages through the SAML IdP.
  
-===== Validated IdP Vendors ===== +===== Configure ​the SAML Request Type =====
- +
-Stages SAML has successfully been deployed with the following IdP servers: +
- +
-  * Cisco Central Web Authentication (CWA) +
-  * Oracle Access Manager (OAM) +
-  * Shibboleth IdP +
- +
-Please let us know if you were able to make Stages ​SAML work with your server and it is not on this list yet. +
- +
-===== Lessons Learned ​=====+
  
 The default binding type of the SAML Request is ''​redirect''​. The default binding type of the SAML Request is ''​redirect''​.
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 sendBinding="​urn:​oasis:​names:​tc:​SAML:​2.0:​bindings:​HTTP-POST"​ sendBinding="​urn:​oasis:​names:​tc:​SAML:​2.0:​bindings:​HTTP-POST"​
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 +===== Validated IdP Vendors =====
 +
 +Stages SAML has successfully been deployed with the following IdP servers:
 +
 +  * Cisco Central Web Authentication (CWA)
 +  * Oracle Access Manager (OAM)
 +  * Shibboleth IdP
 +
 +Please let us know if you were able to make Stages SAML work with your server and it is not on this list yet.
 +