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[resolved] No form for IdP when site hosted on Microsoft's Azure (4 posts)

  1. F22-Raptor
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi there,

    I have a test site on Azure and got an error when clicking on the IP tab that the saml-20-single-sign-on\etc is not writable.
    Using FileZila, I created the folders and when clicking on the tab the error went way but all I have is:
    SAML Identity Provider Settings

    Note: A Valid Identity Provider (IdP) must be declared before the site. can use Single-Sign On.

    and the Update Options button.

    If I click on the button, I get:
    SAML Identity Provider Settings
    Your changes couldn’t be saved. Is the file writable by the server?

    Note: A Valid Identity Provider (IdP) must be declared before the site. can use Single-Sign On.

    and the Update Options button.

    Any idea what is going on? I changed the permission on the etc folder to 777 via FileZila, not sure if that did anything.

    Thanks for your help.

    Dan

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/saml-20-single-sign-on/

  2. ktbartholomew
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    This is due to an error on my part, that will hopefully be fixed soon. I describe a possible fix here: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/empty-entity-id-and-sp-details

    Here is the answer, for good measure:

    Unfortunately, I am temporarily without access to my development computers and don't know when I will have access to them again. A future update will fix this problem, but I can't guarantee how soon the fix will be implemented.

    In the meantime: This file is probably the source of your troubles:

    /wp-content/plugins/saml-20-single-sign-on/saml/metadata/saml20-idp-remote.php

    On line 4 of that file, the path to the ini file has been hard-coded using a value from my development server (woops). You can either change this to the appropriate value for your server, or drop in the necessary variables to accomplish the same thing. A future update will use WordPress global variables to specify the path to the ini file. I would post the necessary code changes here, but I wouldn't be able to test it and don't want to post misinformation.

  3. NickDarvey
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Heya,
    Same thing here. That sounds easy enough to do, but where do we get this *.ini file from? Couldn't find it the plugin zip or in SimpleSAMLPHP anywhere :(
    Looking forward to using this! :D

  4. ktbartholomew
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Version 0.8.7 (hot off the presses!) will fix this problem. There were a number of issues related to the required file structure not being created and certain defaults not being set. If an upgrade to 0.8.7 doesn't fix the issue, a clean install will do the trick for sure.

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