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RelyingParty

Published: April 7, 2011

Updated: February 21, 2014

Applies To: Windows Azure

This topic provides descriptions and legal values for the properties of the RelyingParty entity of the Windows Azure Active Directory Access Control (also known as Access Control Service or ACS) Management Service.

RelyingParty Properties

 

Property name Type Is nullable Description

Id

Int64

False

Specifies the unique identifier of the relying party application that ACS is issuing a token for. This value is automatically set by ACS.

Name

String

True

Specifies the name of the relying party application that ACS is issuing a token for.

DisplayName

String

True

Specifies the display name of the relying party application.

Description

String

True

Specifies the description of the relying party application.

TokenType

String

True

This property can be set to only a few legal values. For more information, see TokenType Property Legal Values.

TokenLifetime

Int32

False

Specifies the lifetime of the token issued by ACS to the relying party application.

AsymmetricTokenEncryptionRequired

Boolean

False

Specifies whether or not encryption is required for the ACS-issued token for this relying party application.

SystemReserved

Boolean

False

Specifies whether the RelyingParty entity is reserved by ACS. Reserved entities cannot be deleted or edited.

Version

Binary

True

This property contains a time stamp that is automatically set by ACS.

TokenType Property Legal Values

The following table provides all of the legal values for the TokenType property of the RelyingParty entity of the ACS Management Service.

noteNote
All property values are case-sensitive.

 

Value Description

SWT

Specifies that the Simple Web Token (SWT) format will be used when issuing tokens to the relying party application. For more information, see Token Formats Supported in ACS.

SAML_1_0

Specifies that the SAML 1.1 token format will be used when issuing tokens to the relying party application. For more information, see Token Formats Supported in ACS.

SAML_2_0

Specifies that the SAML 2.0 token format will be used when issuing tokens to the relying party application. For more information, see Token Formats Supported in ACS.

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