.NET SAML Library for ASP.NET, MVC, and Core

Single-Logout SAML library to your ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET, .NET Core, Desktop and other service applications.it also provides SSO access to your cloud and intranet websites using single credential entry throughout the process.

Our responsive support team has helped many customers to bring interoperability with their applications like Office365, Google Apps, Shibboleth, Salesforce, and ADFS systems. If you are unfamiliar with the integration process of this library, then our support team will assist you in setting up your SSO applications with ease.

.NET SAML Component's Key Features

  • SAML1 and SAML2 both are supported
  • Provides complete API documentation along with product documentation
  • Supports all SAML 2.0 Bindings: HTTP POST, HTTP Redirect, HTTP Artifact, SOAP, PAOS, and SAML URI
  • Fully supports the SAML 1.x Identity Provider - Service Provider web application, model
  • supports Identity Provider and Service Provider initiated
  • supports Single Logout
  • SAML assertions and protocol messages can be easily created, modify, sign, verify, and serialize
  • Fully supports available for verifying SAML XML Signatures using SHA-1 and SHA-256
  • Gets, sets, encrypt and decrypt SAML attributes
  • Provide support for cross-domain Single Sign-On
  • provides both VB & C# SAML example projects and code snippets
  • Royalty free run-time
  • Provide complete Documentation integrated into Visual Studio .NET
  • Support for ASP.NET ASPX and Model–View–Controller, Support for ASP.NET Core
  • Support for .NET Core and Standard
  • Supports VS 2005 (.NET 2.0) to 2019 (.NET 4.8.x), Delphi 8, C# Builder and other compliant development environments.

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Why Choose Atp SAML

Intuitive and Fully Documented API

You can Create, modify, and send SAML SSO requests with a few lines of code using Atp SAML Library. The component is written entirely in C# managed code, and its common language specification compliant to have the maximum compatibility and performance. It does not use any unsafe code or any other third-party libraries.

It is bundled with many code samples examples for reference as well as online documentation that helps you to get started quickly. The online documentation has several articles introducing about SAML SSO and ASP.NET, which help you understand the concepts of OASIS SAML and configuration to build SSO-enabled web apps. If your development environment is Visual Studio, then you can enjoy the full integration of online documentation. An online document for a specific SAML API is presented instantly when you mark a phrase and press F1 in Visual Studio IDE.

.net Atp saml SSO library is fully documented and easy to use.

Super easy to use C# SAML Library

Our API for SSO and SAML is flexible and fully functional which lets you add SSO capability to your new or existing applications without hassle. The single DLL contains all features of SSO and Security.

Our Library Supports Multiple Platforms

The library can be used in ASP.NET Web Forms applications as well as MVC (Model, View, Controller) and Core. Developers can also integrate it into their Desktop WinForms, Console, WPF, Windows Service or Web Service applications.

Google Apps Integration

Our Library fully supports Google Apps, making it possible to let your web applications work with Google Apps with some simple steps.

Salesforce Integration

Configuring Salesforce to work with your Identity Provider is as easy as setting up an IdP Initiated Web Application. Our SAML SSO for ASP.NET solution supports all the Salesforce scenarios and workflows.

  • Salesforce acting as Service Provider
  • Salesforce acting as IdP, SP-Initiated
  • Salesforce acting as IdP, IdP-Initiated

IdP-Initiated, Cross-domain Single Sign-On, SP-Initiated Web Applications

We have set up three online websites for you to test the cross-domain Single Sign-On feature to make you understood. They are at http://idp.codeultimate.com (Identity Provider), http://sp.codeultimate.com (Service Provider 1), and http://sp2.codeultimate.com (Service Provider 2). For more information please see this topic. The setup package of the .NET SAML Component also includes some Code example projects too.