Environment to be tested: Master
Browser to be tested: Any browser
1. A user with 'Site admin' access exists.
2. ‘Institution A' exists.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Log in as ‘Site admin’.
2. Navigate to Administration menu > Institutions > Settings.
3. Click the ‘Settings’ button for ‘Institution A’.
4. Select ‘SAML’ from the ‘Authentication plugin’ drop-down menu.
5. Add ‘SAML’ meta data and make sure the 'Authentication login message' is set
up with the text ‘This is an error message’.
6. Click the ‘Submit’ button.
7. Click the 'Save' button.
8. Set up a new user that has SAML as authentication method in that institution
and make sure you set a remote username for them.
9. Log out as ‘Site admin’.
10. Now try to log in as ‘User one’ using the regular login fields and not the
Expected result: ‘User one’ is not able to log in and the authentication
login error message box is displayed: ‘This is an error message’.
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Allow SAML plugin to have custom auth error message - like Xmlrpc
Status in Mahara:
With Xml-rpc auth method there is an admin field that allows the admin
to set an error message that shows if a person tries to login
internally alerting them of how to login properly.
This looks to be a useful feature of that auth plugin
This patch adds the same functionality to the SAML plugin. So if a
user tries to login internally instead of via IdP it will alert the
message set by admin
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