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Is it possible to receive and process a SAML request using Seraph?

    I am developing a plugin for Jira and I need to receive a SAML request from a user. Then process it.

    We tried to receive and process the request through a filter, but the program was running slowly. Therefore, we need a different way.

    Is it possible to solve this problem using Seraph? 

https://developer.atlassian.com/server/confluence/http-authentication-with-seraph/

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Hi there,

Yes, it's possible but you have to overwrite the in-built confluence seraph authentication(built-in authentication).

Could you please share the reason behind this requirement?

If you're just looking for SSO for Confluence Users you can use this Confluence SAML SSO plugin. You will be able to implement SSO without the hassle of manual integrations.

This has the functionality to manage all the SSO configs in the UI itself, and you won't have to manage the backend file system of confluence.

I work for miniOrange, a top vendor on the Atlassian Marketplace. Feel free to reach out to us at atlassiansupport@xecurify.com.

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