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Re: [Metadata-Support] Testing our IDP from our development shibboleth

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  • From: Ken Weiss <>
  • To: "" <>
  • Cc: Perry Willett <>
  • Subject: Re: [Metadata-Support] Testing our IDP from our development shibboleth
  • Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2014 20:54:15 +0000
  • Accept-language: en-US


If you are trying to integrate with the CDL DMPTool application, that SP is part of the InCommon Research and Scholarship category ( The simplest thing to do is add support for the Research and Scholarship category to your IDP. That makes the release of the required attributes automatic.


Ken Weiss                                 
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From: <Higgins>, Diane <>
Reply-To: "" <>
Date: Friday, October 17, 2014 10:11 AM
To: "" <>
Subject: [Metadata-Support] Testing our IDP from our development shibboleth

We are trying to connect to a new service provider but we need to make several changes to our Shibboleth which we have done in our development environment. The Service provider is expecting our development metadata at InCommon. But I do not see a way to add the development metadata to InCommon. How can we set up the data the SP needs to test?


Our IDP is Florida State University and we are trying to set up authentication to the California Digital Library.


Diane Higgins

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Information Technology Services
The Florida State University


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