3.2.5.3 Sent LOGIN7 Record with Complete Authentication Token State

If the response received from the server contains a structurally valid Login response that indicates a successful login, and if the client used federated authentication<56> to authenticate to the server, the client MUST read the Login response stream to find the FEATUREEXTACK token and find the FEDAUTH FeatureId. If the FEDAUTH FeatureId is not present, the TDS client MUST close the underlying transport connection, indicate an error to the upper layer, and enter the "Final State" state. If the FEDAUTH FeatureId is present, the client's action is based on the bFedAuthLibrary as follows:

  • When the bFedAuthLibrary is Live ID Compact Token, the client MUST use the session key from its federated authentication token to compute the HMAC-SHA-256 [RFC6234] of the NONCE field in the FEDAUTH Feature Extension Acknowledgement, and the client MUST verify that the nonce matches the nonce sent by the client in its PRELOGIN request. If the signature field does not match the computed HMAC-SHA-256 or if the nonce does not match the nonce sent by the client in its PRELOGIN request, the TDS client MUST close the underlying transport connection, indicate an error to the upper layer, and enter the "Final State" state.

  • When the bFedAuthLibrary is Security Token or Active Directory Authentication Library (ADAL) [that is, 0x02] and any of the following statements is true, the TDS client MUST close the underlying transport connection, indicate an error to the upper layer, and enter the "Final State" state:

    • The client had sent a nonce in the PRELOGIN message and either the NONCE field in FEDAUTH Feature Extension Acknowledgement is not present or the NONCE field does not match the nonce sent by the client in its PRELOGIN request.

    • The client had not sent a nonce in its PRELOGIN request, and there is a NONCE field present in the FEDAUTH Feature Extension Acknowledgement.

If the response received from the server contains a structurally valid Login response indicating a successful login and no Routing response is detected, the TDS client MUST indicate successful Login completion to the upper layer and enter the "Logged In" state.

If the response received from the server contains a structurally valid Login response indicating a successful login and also contains a routing response (a Routing ENVCHANGE token) after the LOGINACK token, the TDS client MUST enter the "Routing Completed" state.

If the response received from the server does not contain a structurally valid Login response or it contains a structurally valid Login response indicating login failure, the TDS client MUST close the underlying transport connection, indicate an error to the upper layer, and enter the "Final State" state.

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