Represents the AuthnRequest.


      public class AuthnRequest : RequestAbstractType


      Shows how to create an AuthnRequest request and send it over HTTP POST or HTTP Redirect.

      using System.Security.Cryptography.X509Certificates;
      using System.Web;
      using ComponentPro.Saml2;
      // Create a new instance of the AuthnRequest class.
      AuthnRequest request = new AuthnRequest();
      request.IsPassive = false;
      // Set Protocol Binding.
      request.ProtocolBinding = SamlBindingUri.HttpPost;
      // Set the target provider's Assertion Consumer Service Url.
      request.AssertionConsumerServiceUrl = "your url";
      // Set Issuer
      request.Issuer = new Issuer();
      request.Issuer.NameIdentifier = "your name identifier";
      request.NameIdPolicy = new NameIdPolicy();
      request.NameIdPolicy.SpNameQualifier = "moodle.sp.myname";
      request.NameIdPolicy.AllowCreate = true;
      request.NameIdPolicy.Format = SamlNameIdentifierFormat.Persistent;
      request.RequestedAuthnContext = new RequestedAuthnContext();
      request.RequestedAuthnContext.Comparison = SamlAuthenticationContextComparison.Exact;
      request.RequestedAuthnContext.AuthenticationContexts.Add(new AuthnContextClassRef(SamlAuthenticationContext.PasswordProtectedTransport));
      // Send the request over HTTP POST
      request.SendHttpPost(Response, "http://mybaseurl", "my_relay_state");
      // Or you can send it over HTTP Redirect 
      // X509Certificate2 certificate = new X509Certificate2("PKey.pfx", "password");
      // request.Redirect(Response, "http://mybaseurl", "my_relay_state", certificate.PrivateKey);

      Inheritance Hierarchy


      .NET Framework.NET Framework

      Supported version: 2.0, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5.x, 4.6.x and later
      Assembly: ComponentPro.Saml (in ComponentPro.Saml.dll)

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