8 Index

A

Abstract data model

   client

   server

Applicability

Authentication third-party application

Authentication with user information within a single organization

Authentication within a single organization

C

Capability negotiation

Change tracking

Client

   Abstract data model

   Higher-layer triggered events

   Initialization

   Other local events

   Timer events

   Timers

D

Data model - abstract

   client

   server

E

Examples

   Realm Autodiscovery Through HTTP 401 Challenge example

   security token for accessing a third-party service with extensions

   Security Token for Accessing a Third-Party Service with Extensions example

   security token issued by STS

   Security Token Issued by STS example

   security token issued by STS with user information added by client

   Security Token Issued by STS with User Information Added by Client example

   security token self-issued by client application

   security token self-issued by client application with user information

   Security Token Self-Issued by Client example

   Security Token Self-Issued By Client with User Information example

F

Fields - vendor-extensible

G

Glossary

H

Higher-layer triggered events

   client

   server

I

Implementer - security considerations

Index of security parameters

Informative references

Initialization

   client

   server

Introduction

M

Message processing - client

   realm autodiscovery through HTTP 401 challenge

   server-to-server token contents

Message processing - server

   authentication with third-party application

   authentication with user information within a single organization

   authentication within a single organization

   realm autodiscovery through HTTP 401 challenge

   server-to-server security token contents

   server-to-server validation criteria

Messages

   syntax

   transport

N

Normative references

O

Other local events

   client

   server

Overview (synopsis)

P

Parameters - security index

Preconditions

Prerequisites

Product behavior

Protocol Details

   Client

Protocol examples

   Realm Autodiscovery Through HTTP 401 Challenge

   Security Token for Accessing a Third-Party Service with Extensions

   Security Token Issued by STS

   Security Token Issued by STS with User Information Added by Client

   Security Token Self-Issued by Client

   Security Token Self-Issued By Client with User Information

R

Realm autodiscovery through HTTP 401 challenge

   client

   server

References

   informative

   normative

Relationship to other protocols

S

Security

   implementer considerations

   parameter index

Security token for accessing a third-party service with extensions example

Security token issued by STS example

Security token issued by STS with user information added by client example

Security token self-issued by client application example

Security token self-issued by client application with user information example

Sequencing rules - client

   realm autodiscovery through HTTP 401 challenge

   server-to-server token contents

Sequencing rules - server

   authentication with third-party application

   authentication with user information within a single organization

   authentication within a single organization

   realm autodiscovery through HTTP 401 challenge

   server-to-server security token contents

   server-to-server validation criteria

Server

   Abstract data model

   Higher-layer triggered events

   Initialization

   Other local events

   Timer events

   Timers

Server-to-server security token contents - server

Server-to-server token contents

   client

Server-to-server validation criteria

Standards assignments

Syntax - messages

T

Timer events

   client

   server

Timers

   client

   server

Tracking changes

Transport

Transport - messages

V

Vendor-extensible fields

Versioning