Access Attributes from ColdFusion 10 on IIS 7.5

voidinutah marc at
Tue Apr 19 02:10:54 EDT 2016


I found my issue, and it was a misunderstanding on my part of how I thought
the request header would work. I now realize that it will not be available
to the entire application, meaning any page below the root site. But only to
the section(s) defined in the RequestMapper section of shibboleth2.xml.

Just so I understand, if I defined a path, then that is the only location
that will have the shibboleth attributes available to me? Is there a way to
have a path for requiring shibboleth authentication, but have another path
that would have access to those same attributes? If not, that's fine,
because I think I know what I want to do now.


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