SAML signification code erreur renvoyé par l'application

January Su, 2019

Error Number

Description

Resolution

1

Generic Federation error – an unknown error occurred in the LexisNexis® Authentication system while attempting to establish the federation.

Contact your LexisNexis® representative to begin an investigation into the root cause.  This error generally indicates a failure within the LexisNexis® Authentication system.

100

The Subject Confirmation received from the Identity Provider was not valid.

The subjectConfirmation attribute associates an Assertion to a Service Provider and a timeframe.

Example:

<saml:SubjectConfirmation Method="urn:oasis:names:tc:SAML:2.0:cm:bearer">

<saml:SubjectConfirmationData InResponseTo="id-35nXLhFIPCUPjQcZAD9F" NotOnOrAfter="2013-06-27T15:48:08Z" Recipient="http://SP_SSO_URL"/>

</saml:SubjectConfirmation>

Check that the Service Provider URL matches the actual Service Provider in the Assertion.  Also check that the Time restriction would have been valid when the Service Provider received the Assertion.  If these conditions are acceptable, then contact a LexisNexis® representative to investigate the issue.

101

The Conditions attribute in the Assertion received from the Identity Provider was not valid.  This attribute defines the limited time frame in which the Assertion is valid.

Example:

<saml:Conditions 
NotBefore="2013-06-27T15:33:08Z" 
NotOnOrAfter="2013-06-27T15:38:08Z">

<saml:AudienceRestriction>

<saml:Audience> 
http://dvc7730.lexis-nexis.com:26486/oam/fed

</saml:Audience>

</saml:AudienceRestriction>

</saml:Conditions>

It is also possible that the Audience Restriction does not match the Entity ID of the Service Provider to whom the Assertion was sent.

Validate that the time frame is accurate and would have been acceptable when the Service Provider received the request.  This error typically occurs if there is a difference in the system times between the Identity Provider and Service Provider servers.  It will likely be necessary to work with a LexisNexis® representative to validate that the system times are close enough, or the Identity Provider may need to expand the time frame that the Assertion is valid to account for the difference.

If the error persists, ensure that the Identity Provider’s Audience Restriction and the Service Provider’s Entity ID match.

102

The Signature in the Assertion received from the Identity Provider was not valid

The Identity Provider includes a digital signature in the Metadata XML during configuration in the Service Provider’s system.  That signature is used to validate the signature provided with the Assertion to make sure the Assertion can be trusted.

Validate that the signature was not changed, and that the certificate is not expired.

103

More than one user in the LexisNexis® Authentication system matched the Assertion Identity.

Use the LexisNexis® Admin Tool to find the users with the same assertion values.  Change one so that both are unique.  If you are unable to determine the conflicting users, contact your LexisNexis® representative to investigate the issue.

104

No users in the LexisNexis® Authentication system matched the Assertion Identity.

Use the LexisNexis® Admin Tool to configure the appropriate user.  Ensure that the user has an assertion value for the Identity Provider that matches a user in the LexisNexis® Authentication system.

105

The Assertion was not valid XML or did not conform to the Schema for the Assertion XML.  For more information, see http://docs.oasis-open.org/security/saml/v2.0/saml-schema-assertion-2.0.xsd.

Check the Assertion XML that was sent to the Service Provider and validate it against the Schema to determine the root cause of the error.

106

No SAMLRESPONSE parameter was included in the POST body.  The SAMPLRESPONSE parameter is a Base64-encoded version of the SAML Assertion.  It must be included as a parameter in the POST request to the Delete URL.  This error occurs when it is not.

Check the Identity Provider system to verify that the parameter is being included correctly in the Request Body.  If you believe it is, please contact a LexisNexis® representative referencing the error code and Identity Provider Federation ID so an internal investigation into the error can be initiated.

111

The LexisNexis system was unable to complete the request for an internal error with its SSO system

Contact your LexisNexis® representative to begin an investigation into the root cause.  This error generally indicates a failure within the LexisNexis® Authentication system.  Please provide the Identity Provider and Assertion value that was used in the attempted assertion.

112

The user that was found matching the identity in the assertion was in SUSPENDED status in the Lexis Advance system.

Contact your LexisNexis representative if you believe the user should not be suspended.  Have your administrator use the My Lexis application to check the user status associated with the assertion.

113

This error occurs when a user assertion is attempting just in time provisioning because no users were mapped, but a user with the same first name, last name, and email address already exists in the system for the given customer account

A User Administrator needs to use My Lexis to associate the existing user to the assertion ID provided in the assertion.  If this does not resolve the error, please contact your LexisNexis® representative to begin an investigation into the root cause.

10001

A General Federation error occurred.

Contact a LexisNexis® representative, referencing the error code and Identity Provider Federation ID so an internal investigation into the error can be initiated.

10002

Invalid Metadata was configured for the Identity Provider in the LexisNexis® system.

This error is generally encountered during initial setup, and not after the Identity Provider is integrated with the Lexis Advance® SSO system.  It identifies an issue with the XML provided during the Metadata Exchange.

10003

A Database Error occurred in the Lexis Advance® SSO Service.

Contact a LexisNexis® representative referencing the error code and Identity Provider Federation ID so an internal investigation into the error can be initiated.

10004

An Initialization error occurred in the Lexis Advance® SSO service

Contact a LexisNexis® representative referencing the error code and Identity Provider Federation ID so an internal investigation into the error can be initiated.

10005

A Configuration error was encountered in the Lexis Advance® SSO service.

Contact a LexisNexis® representative referencing the error code and Identity Provider Federation ID so an internal investigation into the error can be initiated.

10006

SAML Response Error

The Assertion Posted to the SSO URL (https://sign-in.lexisnexis.com/lnaccess/fed/sso) did not contain a SAMLRESPONSE parameter in the POST request.  The SAMLRESPONSE parameter should contain the Base64-encoded SAML Assertion.

10007

General Assertion Error

An unknown error occurred in the system related to attempting to create the federation.  Contact a LexisNexis® representative referencing the error code and Identity Provider Federation ID so that an internal investigation can be initiated.

10008

Parser Error

Contact a LexisNexis® representative referencing the error code so an internal investigation into the error can be initiated.

10009

Metadata Error

There is a problem with the metadata stored in the Lexis Advance SSO system for the Identity Provider receiving the error.  Contact a LexisNexis® representative referencing the error code and Identity Provider Federation ID.

10010

Signature Error

The signature in the SAML Assertion does not match the signature information stored for the IDP in the metadata.  Contact a LexisNexis® representative referencing the error code and Identity Provider Federation ID.  It is likely that the Identity Provider information stored in the Lexis Advance® SSO system will need updated.

10011

The Federation is configured in the system, but is marked as inactive.

The Identity Provider is marked as inactive in the LexisNexis® system.  This may be due to various reasons.  Most commonly, an identity provider will be marked inactive while being configured and having user assertions configured prior to going live.  If this is not the case, please contact LexisNexis referring to the Federation ID provided to you when the Identity Provider was configured.


Contactez l'assistance :

Téléphone : 01 76 49 05 90

e-mail : assistance.recherche@lexisnexis.fr