Commit e40f9ae7 authored by Jonas Finnemann Jensen's avatar Jonas Finnemann Jensen
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Document the skipRequestCompression

Some providers don't support SAML compression, or they don't support compressed SAML requests if the assertions is configured to be uncompressed.

So having the skipRequestCompression is nice, and highlighting it in documentation makes it easier for people configuring an SP app through trail and error (not all IDPs gives much in terms of error codes and error messages).
parent 8064dda4
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* `disableRequestedAuthnContext`: if truthy, do not request a specific auth context
* `authnContext`: if truthy, name identifier format to request auth context (default: `urn:oasis:names:tc:SAML:2.0:ac:classes:PasswordProtectedTransport`)
* `forceAuthn`: if set to true, the initial SAML request from the service provider specifies that the IdP should force re-authentication of the user, even if they possess a valid session.
* `skipRequestCompression`: if set to true, the SAML request from the service provider won't be compressed.
* InResponseTo Validation
* `validateInResponseTo`: if truthy, then InResponseTo will be validated from incoming SAML responses
* `requestIdExpirationPeriodMs`: Defines the expiration time when a Request ID generated for a SAML request will not be valid if seen in a SAML response in the `InResponseTo` field. Default is 8 hours.
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