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ASP.NET Forms Authentication and SSO IdP host using SAML v2.0

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I am new to SSO, and currently use ASP.NET Forms Authentication on our website. We are looking at OpenAM (previously OpenSSO) as a solution, and I'm wondering if ASP.NET Forms authentication is compatible with an SSO IdP Host using SAML v2.0. I have been unable to locate any documentation regarding this. Any good resources on implementing, would also be greatly appreciated!  Thank you
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Thank you, I will share this with my development team and see if this would work for us. Do you or any others know where I can find more documentation for ASP.NET and implementing OpenAM? I seem to be able to find very little on this subject.  Thank you so much - I will reward points, but would love to find more documentation.
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