All SAML v2.0 profiles are fully supported, acting as either the identity provider or service provider. -Web browser single sign-on (identity provider and service provider initiated) -Single logout -Artifact resolution -Identity provider discovery -Authentication, attribute and assertion query -Name identifier management and mapping
All SAML v2.0 protocols are fully supported. -Create, modify and access SAML protocol messages -Serialize SAML messages to and from XML -Generate and verify XML signatures (SHA-1 and SHA-2) on SAML messages
All SAML v2.0 bindings are fully supported. -HTTP POST -HTTP Redirect -HTTP Artifact -SOAP -PAOS -SAML URI
SAML v2.0 assertions are fully supported. -Create, modify and access SAML assertions -Serialize SAML assertions to and from XML -Generate and verify XML signatures (SHA-1 and SHA-2) on SAML assertions -Encrypt and decrypt SAML assertions, attributes and identifiers
SAML v2.0 metadata is fully supported. -Create, modify and access all SAML metadata -Serialize to and from XML -Generate and verify XML signatures (SHA-1 and SHA-2) on SAML metadata
A high-level, configuration-driven API provides a very simple to use interface that hides the mechanics of SAML SSO. This makes it easy to add SSO functionality to your web application with just a few lines of code. Configuration changes, including adding support for additional partner identity providers or service providers, may be made with zero code changes.
A low-level API provides complete control and flexibility. The API provides accesses to the SAML profiles, protocols, bindings, assertions and metadata. For most scenarios, the high-level API provides all the control you need in a simpler interface. For those situations where this isn't enough, the low-level API is available.
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