Here is our service definition:
allowedAttributes: ["java.util.ArrayList", ["UDC_IDENTIFIER",
On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 9:26 AM, Matthew Uribe <matthew.ur...@aims.edu>
> Thanks Travis. That's the track I've been on. Can you tell me whether this
> service definition looks anything like what you ended up with?
> @class: org.apereo.cas.services.RegexRegisteredService
> serviceId: ^https://ban9server.school.
> name: TEST General SSB XE
> id: 12345
> @class: org.apereo.cas.services.
> @class: java.util.TreeMap
> UDC_IDENTIFIER: UDC_IDENTIFIER
> "evaluationOrder" : 5
> On Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at 5:18:20 PM UTC-7, Travis Schmidt wrote:
>> I am helping a team with this exact issue right now. Don't know anything
>> about the banner side of things, but I had to map the attribute they were
>> looking for to UDC_IDENTIFIER in the Service Registry for it to work.
>> On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 3:46 PM Matthew Uribe <matthe...@aims.edu> wrote:
>>> Hello Community,
>>> I am wondering whether anyone has had success with Banner 9 and CAS
>>> We have been using the Luminis delivered CAS 3.5.2, but are interested
>>> in the features available in 5, such as SAML2 IdP, and MFA using Duo. I
>>> have deployed CAS 5.2.0, included cas-server-support-ldap and
>>> dependencies, and setup a service for one of our Banner 9 apps, but haven't
>>> been able to successfully access the application. I can access the CAS
>>> Dashboard, as well as the CAS-Management webapp, but the Banner apps are
>>> beyond me at this point. Right now, when I navigate to the Banner 9 app, I
>>> am redirected to the CAS login page. After logging in successfully, the
>>> browser gives me an error: "HTTP Status 403 - No assertions found".
>>> I figure the problem is either in my service registry, or that I maybe
>>> need to import the CAS certificate into a keystore somewhere on the Banner
>>> 9 server. Since I don't see anything related to a cert import in the Banner
>>> 9 install guides, I'm focused on the first of these two possibilities, but
>>> after 2 days of going in circles I've run out of ideas and would eagerly
>>> accept the advice of this community.
>>> Thank you,
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