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NAM understand AttributeConsumingServiceIndex?


Dear gurus,

I'm working with NAM3.1 as Identity Server with a SP talking to the IS
in SAML2.0. I need to receive different user (Assertion) attributes
for the same SP (entityID) depending on the AuthnRequest.

I read from SAML 2.0 that AttributeConsumingServiceIndex can be used
for this purpose. Can NAM be configured to map different index with
different set of user attributes that can be attached to the SAML
assertion?

Thanks in advance,
Annon


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Re: NAM understand AttributeConsumingServiceIndex?

anonaye2,

>I read from SAML 2.0 that AttributeConsumingServiceIndex can be used
>for this purpose. Can NAM be configured to map different index with
>different set of user attributes that can be attached to the SAML
>assertion?


Did you find an answer to this?

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Re: NAM understand AttributeConsumingServiceIndex?


Yes... it's not supported.


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