Also known as Destination Site, is Entities Entity that requests and receives tokens from Identity Providers.
Safewhere*Identify allows user to deploy multiple instances (websites) in a web server. Each instance is called as a tenant. A tenant can play a role as Identity Providers (IdPs) or Service Provider or both.
RelayState is a parameter of the SAML protocol that is used to identify the specific resource the user will access after they are signed in and directed to the Service Provider’s federation server
a Service Provider Demo website that is created when installing SAML 2.0 for WIF Service Provider Framework
Service Provider (SP), also known as Replying Party or Destination Site, is Entities Entity that requests and receives tokens from Identity Providers.
WS-Trust is a WS-* specification and OASIS standard that provides extensions to WS-Security, specifically dealing with the issuing, renewing, and validating of security tokens
An entity ID is a globally unique name for a SAML entity, either an Identity Provider (IdP) or a Service Provider (SP)
Create, read, update and delete (CRUD) (Sometimes called SCRUD with an “S” for Search) are the four basic functions of persistent storage.
The Smart Common Input Method platform (SCIM) is an input method platform supports more than thirty languages for POSIX-style operating systems including Linux and BSD.
A CAPTCHA (an acronym for “Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart”) is a type of challenge-response test used in computing to determine whether or not the user is human.