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Commit 50984c13 authored by Achilleas Pipinellis's avatar Achilleas Pipinellis
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Merge branch 'saml-ts' into 'master'

Added advanced SAML troubleshooting

/cc @dblessing @balameb

See merge request !2456
parents 714ae482 db66b12b
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## Troubleshooting
If you see a "500 error" in GitLab when you are redirected back from the SAML sign in page, this likely indicates that GitLab could not get the email address for the SAML user.
If you see a "500 error" in GitLab when you are redirected back from the SAML sign in page,
this likely indicates that GitLab could not get the email address for the SAML user.
Make sure the IdP provides a claim containing the user's email address, using claim name 'email' or 'mail'. The email will be used to automatically generate the GitLab username.
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Make sure the IdP provides a claim containing the user's email address, using claim name
'email' or 'mail'. The email will be used to automatically generate the GitLab username.
If after signing in into your SAML server you are redirected back to the sign in page and
no error is displayed, check your `production.log` file. It will most likely contain the
message `Can't verify CSRF token authenticity`. This means that there is an error during
the SAML request, but this error never reaches GitLab due to the CSRF check.
To bypass this you can add `skip_before_action :verify_authenticity_token` to the
`omniauth_callbacks_controller.rb` file. This will allow the error to hit GitLab,
where it can then be seen in the usual logs, or as a flash message in the login
screen.
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