Populating SAML Tokens - 8.0

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In the previous section we covered how a generated SAML token is signed, how to configure the key used to sign the assertion, and how to set the Issuer of the Assertion. In this section we will describe how to populate the SAML Token itself. The SAMLTokenProvider is designed to be able to issue a wide range of SAML Tokens. It does this by re-using the SAML abstraction library that ships with Apache WSS4J, which defines a collection of beans that are configured and then assembled in a CallbackHandler to create a SAML assertion.