Question about CAS and Shibboleth v4.0.1
cantor.2 at osu.edu
Thu Jun 11 14:19:52 UTC 2020
On 6/11/20, 9:44 AM, "users on behalf of Joseph Fischetti" <users-bounces at shibboleth.net on behalf of Joseph.Fischetti at marist.edu> wrote:
> I would *much* rather not reconfigure everything to use metadata, but those useless warning are annoying. Our LMS
> and our student portal are both CAS so that pops up in the logs for every other login event.
So take out the metadata registry and use the original one only.
> Is it much different than cas-protocol.xml? Reloading is a different process and there's no support for regexing. Maybe
> I'm doing it wrong.
I'm talking about how you organize SAML metadata, not whether you use it or not. If you don't use it, then it doesn't really come into it.
> If cas-protocol.xml isn't going away for some reason, I could deal with the warnings... Is there a way to just suppress
> them though? I was under the impression they were there because metadata is the chosen management method now.
cas-protocol.xml isn't the issue (that file is how you configure all these options), but you're asking about the original ServiceRegistry. No, it's not going away, nor is it a requirement to configure both, nor is it a requirement for the metadata option to be first in the registry list, which is why the warnings are showing up, it's falling through one to get to the other.
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