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spring-security-saml2-sample

A sample application protected by Spring Security Saml2.

This project was developed as part of Unicon's Open Source Support program. Professional Support / Integration Assistance for this module is available. For more information visit.

Configuration

Context

App is available by default at https://hostname[:port]/sp.

SP Metadata

The SP metadata is available under src\main\resources\metadata. Deploy the application, and use the Metadata Administration tab to generate new metadata for the SP. Copy the content and paste them into the sp-metadata.xml file.

The newly generated SP metadata needs to be loaded by the IdP, in the metadata-providers.xml file. For example:

<MetadataProvider id="LocalMetadata"  xsi:type="FilesystemMetadataProvider" 
      metadataFile="/path/to/sp-metadata.xml"/>

IdP Metadata

The IdP metadata is referenced inside the sp.properties file. While you are reviewing this file, also adjust the host.name property. This should be pointed to FQDN of the server that hosts the sample application.

Build

gradlew build

Deploy

Embedded

The application can be run using an embedded Jetty instance:

gradlew build jettyRunWar
  • The sample application will be available at: https://hostname[8081|9443]/sp
  • Remote debugging via the embedded Jetty deployment option is available under port 5005

External

The build script is able to automatically deploy the sample to $CATALINA_HOME, via:

gradlew deploy

Note that deploy will automatically build the sample application as well. For this work, you must define the $CATALINA_HOME environment variable to point to your Tomcat installation directory.

Test

  • The application has been tested with Shibboleth IdP 3.3.
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