This is a tutorial in which we will walk through all the necessary steps to setup and run the SAML 2.0 example. This includes the installation and configuration of weblogic server, creation of two weblogic server domains, installation of the test applications and configuration of the identity provider and service provider domains. The IDP Target URL:, IDP Issuer URL: and Audience Restriction: are all as per the Azure Enterprise Application (our example is Azure Demo-Passwordstate), SAML-based Sign-on screen. When finished click on the Save & Close button at the bottom of the screen. Authentication via Azure AD SAML2
The back-channel is communication directly between the application and the IDP/OP. Although SAML defines back-channel mechanisms, they are rarely used in practice. The most common way SAML sends the request XML and response XML (assertion) is via the browser. Most SAML sites use the “POST Binding” to send the response.