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  • Http 500 return from on "se-security" project example.

    Hi guys

    I update the example in "se-security" project, and I compiled with default setting (I didn't change any thing),
    and select and click login , but the browser return the "HTTP Status 500 - The SAML Request is invalid." on side. the return link is " ........"

    I tried the "se-security" example version 2.0.8 before , I did the same steps, and all things works fine, I can login in the example with the ssocircle account.

    Did I miss any thing?

    Thanks for your help.


  • #2
    Hello, I have the same problem with my application.

    I'm currently working on an existing application using spring security and SAML to connect to ssocircle in order to create a SSO sytem.
    The previous version was working (2.0.xx) but since the new spring security package have been added in the project (3.07) it's not working anymore.

    I tried to run the demo in the spring security zip, but I have a "SAML Request is invalid"

    As I'm new to spring-security/saml/ssocircle etc. I don't understand the answer :
    As Hos said, you first need to exchange metadata between SSOCircle and your SP.
    I have a new ssocircle account but actually it's not very useful till I can't connect to ssocircle.

    I guess that if cannot make the demo work I will not be able to fix the application

    In the demo we can only call the (or http://localhost:8080/opensso in local but it's not m case) and we need to identify after the ssocircle page is displayed.
    In my case I cannot access the ssocircle page, I have the error before, so I don't know how to exchange metadata since the demo get it from the ssocircle website alone, right ?...

    Thank for an answer, if someone has been able to make it work, I would like to know what I need to do.


    • #3
      Probably a better question for the SAML forum