type="Query", the Query attribute resolver issues a SAML attribute query back to the IdP that issued a SSO assertion if no attributes are pushed. This is compatible with legacy Shibboleth behavior. Obviously, metadata for a compatible attribute authority must be available.
This page refers to several different namespaces as detailed below
|SAML1 assertion namespace|
|SAML2 assertion namespace|
Optional identifier of a customized security policy to use.
|boolean||false||If true, enforces SAML "strong matching" requirements on the subject of the resulting assertions. By default, the IdP is trusted to return an assertion about the queried subject without explicitly comparing the result.|
|string||Optional identifier of a special attribute to create in the event of a "transient" failure during the query. Errors are considered transient if they are caused by system outages or misconfiguration. If an IdP appears to support the query protocol, then transient errors include any failure to obtain a successful SAML response or a violation of security policy while processing the result. If such errors occur, the attribute will contain one or more URL-encoded exception messages, and the application should be aware that not all of the "usual" attributes it might receive are available|
|0 or more||Supplies a set of attribute and value filters to include in any SAML 2.0 queries.|
|0 or more|
Supplies a set of attribute designators to include in any SAML 1.x queries.