- All Implemented Interfaces:
public class Saml2Authentication extends AbstractAuthenticationTokenAn implementation of an
AbstractAuthenticationTokenthat represents an authenticated SAML 2.0
All Methods Instance Methods Concrete Methods Modifier and Type Method Description
getCredentials()The credentials that prove the principal is correct.
getPrincipal()The identity of the principal being authenticated.
getSaml2Response()Returns the SAML response object, as decoded XML.
Methods inherited from class org.springframework.security.authentication.AbstractAuthenticationToken
equals, eraseCredentials, getAuthorities, getDetails, getName, hashCode, isAuthenticated, setAuthenticated, setDetails, toString
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, finalize, getClass, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait
public java.lang.Object getPrincipal()Description copied from interface:
AuthenticationThe identity of the principal being authenticated. In the case of an authentication request with username and password, this would be the username. Callers are expected to populate the principal for an authentication request.
The AuthenticationManager implementation will often return an Authentication containing richer information as the principal for use by the application. Many of the authentication providers will create a
UserDetailsobject as the principal.
Principalbeing authenticated or the authenticated principal after authentication.
public java.lang.String getSaml2Response()Returns the SAML response object, as decoded XML. May contain encrypted elements
- string representation of the SAML Response XML object
public java.lang.Object getCredentials()Description copied from interface:
AuthenticationThe credentials that prove the principal is correct. This is usually a password, but could be anything relevant to the
AuthenticationManager. Callers are expected to populate the credentials.
- the credentials that prove the identity of the