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Open Source Identity Management Patterns and Practices Using OpenAM 10.x by Waylon Kenning

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Validating the Fedlet setup

The following page allows us to validate that our Fedlet can communicate and authenticate against our OpenAM server.

Validating the Fedlet setup

There are four links:

  • Fedlet initiated SSO using HTTP POST binding
  • Fedlet initiated SSO using HTTP Artifact binding
  • Identity Provider (OpenAM) initiated SSO using HTTP POST binding
  • Identity Provider (OpenAM) initiated SSO using HTTP Artifact binding

There are two key differences in these links. The first is whether SSO is initiated from the Fedlet, or OpenAM.

If SSO is initiated from the Fedlet, the request goes to the Fedlet first, which redirects it to OpenAM, which then redirects it back to the Fedlet.

If SSO ...

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