Qualtrics integration changes

Karla Borecky kborecky at smith.edu
Fri Mar 16 08:55:21 EDT 2018

I have a separate standalone metadata file for Qualtrics (for Smith, just
like Lee's example) and I didn't have to add an exception to relying-party.
That was a long while ago, though, so I don't know if something changed.

On Fri, Mar 16, 2018 at 8:23 AM, Cantor, Scott <cantor.2 at osu.edu> wrote:

> > I suggested that Qualtrics should add WantAssertionsSigned="true" to
> their
> > metadata, but the InCommon metadata management form does not appear to
> > allow that.
> It's something that usually demonstrates a non-compliant SAML SP, so I at
> least advised them that it was possibly going to incent bad behavior to
> start allowing it. That doesn't inherently mean it's a bad idea but it was
> something to consider.
> > In case I am forced to add an override for Qualtrics to our
> relying-party.xml,
> > has anyone else done this already? I obviously need to sign assertions,
> but do I
> > need to explicitly not sign responses?
> Once an SP is broken, there is no way to a priori know how broken it
> actually is. This presumes Qualtrics has no *actual* reason to be requiring
> them to be signed that is independent of the profile, such as an auditor
> saying something that they somehow translated into "they have to be signed".
> -- Scott
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Karla Borecky
Systems Administrator
Smith College
Northampton, MA 01063
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