Shibboleth Idp does not persist URL hash fragments across a login redirect.

Rainer Hoerbe rainer at
Tue Apr 12 10:05:50 EDT 2016

Shouldn’t the SP store the full URL including the fragment part in the relaystate cookie?

- Rainer
> Am 12.04.2016 um 14:07 schrieb Peter Schober <peter.schober at>:
> * Abdul Waheed <waheedtechblog at> [2016-04-12 11:04]:
>> I am working on Web application which is developed in AngularJS and by
>> default Angular uses the URL hash fragment to maintain client-side. So most
>> of our URLs contains ‘#’ in it
> URL fragments are private to the HTTP User Agent. Since they're not
> sent to the server there's nothing the Shib SP (running as part of the
> server) can do to preserve them.
> Cf.
> (In the URL above Wikipedia's servers will not recieve the "Basics"
> fragment identifier.)
> -peter
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