Subject: OpenSAML user discussion
- From: Laurent CHARTIER <>
- Subject: RE : Response signature validation
- Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2007 17:41:13 +0200
- Importance: Normal
I think I found my error.
The response AND the assertion had the same ID. (Because my soft always
generate an assertion, but sometimes need to put it in a response...)
So when I put the assertion in a response I have to remove the ID and
set it to the response in order to make the reference point to the
response and NOT to the assertion in the response.
Thanks a lot,
De : Scott Cantor
Envoyé : vendredi 20 avril 2007 17:04
Objet : RE: Response signature validation
> Am I wrong if I think that the bytes needed to verify a SAML response
> are the entire reponse and not only the assertion contained in the
All SAML signatures are enveloped and reference all the content of the
enclosing object. It isn't permissible to do anything more complicated
because if it were, every SAML implementation would have to have a way
to decide what's been signed and that is a virtually intractable
As of SAML 1.1, the only way you can sign is to have a single Reference
with a URI pointing to the ID attribute of the root element being
> In facts, when the validation occurs, I can see the getReferencesBytes
> method from the Reference class returning the bytes of the assertion,
> not the bytes of the response.
Then that's where the Reference must be pointing.
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- RE : Response signature validation, Laurent CHARTIER, 04/20/2007
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