Posted on 2014-08-18
Last Modified: 2014-08-19
I have a limited understanding of OAuth, it goes something like:

    - client sends request token during redirect to server
    - Server displays authorization screen to resource owner
    - Resource owner provides uid and pw (not passed to client)
    - Server sends access token back to client
    - clients then users the Access token to gain access to a 

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I need to understand the basic architecture of SAML.  Could someone please provide a brief explanation of the architecture and perhaps a link to an easy to understand doc

Question by:Anthony Lucia
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    SAML and O-Auth are not really related and both can exist irrespective of each other.

    Here is a good tutorial on SAML:

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