Request missing SAMLResponse or TARGET form parameters.

Florin Stingaciu florin.stingaciu at
Wed May 4 21:08:17 EDT 2016

I managed to fix this issue by using the directive:

ServerName <IP_ADDRESS>

Thanks for all your help and prompt response.


On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 6:01 PM, Florin Stingaciu <florin.stingaciu at
> wrote:

> Cantor,
> You were correct. I adjusted the ACS URL on my IDP to
>, however now I'm receving
> the following error:
> POST targeted at (, but
> delivered to (
> So not available in the DNS. I make the initial request my
> navigating to
> I"m assuming this has to do with the ServerName directive in Apache. Is
> there any way to ignore name mismatches? Or is there a more formal solution?
> Thanks,
> -F
> On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 6:00 PM, Cantor, Scott <cantor.2 at> wrote:
>> >However, when looking through the shibd logs, I find the following in
>> the transaction logs:
>> That log is basically meaningless. I took a quick look and it's just an
>> artifact of it trying to log an error in the transaction log when it's
>> forced to use the old transaction log format, which doesn't accomodate
>> logging the right details. It makes every log entry look like a "new
>> session" but it isn't really doing that, it's just sending a bunch of empty
>> fields into the old log layout.
>> I'm sure the trace logs include the relevant error(s) it's seeing, not to
>> mention that it would be dumping the browser at an error page anyway.
>> -- Scott
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