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Wt::Auth::Saml Namespace Reference

Namespace for the SAML SP implementation. More...

Classes

struct  Assertion
 Represents a SAML assertion (saml-core-2.0-os, section 2.3.3) More...
 
struct  Attribute
 A SAML Attribute (saml-core-2.0-os, section 2.7.3.1) More...
 
class  Process
 A SAML authentication process. More...
 
class  Service
 A minimal implementation of a SAML service provider. More...
 
struct  Subject
 A SAML Subject (saml-core-2.0-os, section 2.4.1) More...
 

Enumerations

enum  SignaturePolicy { SignaturePolicy::Unsafe, SignaturePolicy::SignedResponse, SignaturePolicy::SignedAssertion, SignaturePolicy::SignedResponseAndAssertion }
 An enum describing how SAML responses should be signed. More...
 
enum  AuthnContextComparison { AuthnContextComparison::Exact, AuthnContextComparison::Better, AuthnContextComparison::Minimum, AuthnContextComparison::Maximum }
 An enum describing the comparison attribute of the AuthnContext. More...
 

Detailed Description

Namespace for the SAML SP implementation.

Enumeration Type Documentation

◆ AuthnContextComparison

An enum describing the comparison attribute of the AuthnContext.

Wt/Auth/Saml/Service.h

Enumerator
Exact 

Exact.

Better 

Better.

Minimum 

Minimum.

Maximum 

Maximum.

◆ SignaturePolicy

An enum describing how SAML responses should be signed.

Wt/Auth/Saml/Service.h

Note
Any signature that is present will still be checked, even if the signature policy does not demand that that signature be present.
Enumerator
Unsafe 

Do not require any signatures.

This may be useful for testing, but it is not recommended for production use. A SAML SP that does not check signatures is not a secure SAML SP.

SignedResponse 

Require that the response is signed.

SignedAssertion 

Require that the assertion is signed.

This is less secure than SignedResponse. If you can configure your IdP to sign responses, you are recommended to do so rather than changing to SignedAssertion.

SignedResponseAndAssertion 

Require that both the response and the assertion are signed.


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