Enter the Service Provider Name and click on Register button.
Select Upload SP certificate option under SP Certificate Type.
Copy the certificate from plugin and provide it into Application Certificate field.
You can also download the certificate file and upload it through Browse file option.
Under Claim Configuration, select Use Local Claim Dialect.
For Requested Claims, add http://wso2.org/claims/emailaddress as a claim URI.
Set Subject Claim URI to http://wso2.org/claims/nickname.
Under Inbound Authentication Configuration > SAML2 Web SSO Configuration, click Configure.
Enter Issuer value as provided under the Service Provider Info tab of the plugin.
Enter Assertion Consumer URL (ACS) as provided under Service Provider Info tab and click on Add.
Check Enable Response Signing.
Check the Enable Attribute Profile and include attributes in the response always.
Check the Enable Audience Restriction.
Enter the Audience URL value provided under Service Provider Info tab of plugin and click on Add.
Check the Enable Recipient Validation. Enter the Recipient URL value provided under Service Provider Info tab of plugin and click on Add.
Click on Download IDP Metadata button save the IDP metadata file.
Click on Register to save the configuration.
Click on Update on Service Providers page to save the configuration.
Select Resident under Identity Providers tab from the menu.
Enter Home Realm Identifier value that you want (usually your WSO2 server address).
Click on Update to save the changes.
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