bad-username.message in

Hugo Slavia hugoslavia101 at
Sun Nov 11 18:41:27 EST 2018

>>Don't know what that actually means.

Hello Scott....

Thank you (and replying on a Sunday, I don't think you take breaks from
following the list past 2 years).

Rereading my email, it did not make logical sense. Here is another attempt.

bad-username.message = bad-username.message = User login was not successful.
Please see  <a href="https://someurl/">for login to use</a>

For unsuccessful authentication attempts, the message appears on login.vm,
exactly as:  User login was not successful. Please see  <a href="
https://someurl/">for login to use</a>

I.e the invalid login messages appears exactly as entered into
'' and does not display with 'for login to use' as
linked to https://someurl/.

>From my understanding, the invalid login message appears on the login.vm
page; via #parse("login-error.vm")

It is not directly a SAML question.. The gap is not knowing how to get the
link to appear in login.vm 'login error' message. I am playing around with
'#parse("login-error.vm")' in 'login.vm', and on the 'login-error.vm' page,
and am missing on how to make it happen.

On Sun, Nov 11, 2018 at 11:26 AM Cantor, Scott <cantor.2 at> wrote:

> On 11/9/18, 8:25 PM, "users on behalf of Hugo Slavia" <
> users-bounces at on behalf of hugoslavia101 at> wrote:
> > Would it be possible to encode a link to display via the
> 'bad-username.message' in ''?
> I have plenty of messages that contain HTML, but it depends on the
> eventual context, where the message gets put into the HTML and any
> surrounding calls in the template to encode the message itself, all of
> which is equally under your control.
> > At the moment, the messages appears exactly as typed above. I have tried
> with escaping as well.
> Don't know what that actually means.
> -- Scott
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