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Configuring EZproxy for SAML requires careful coordination with your IdP administrator. You may need to install a separate SSL certificate that EZproxy will use when communicating with the IdP to request attribute information. For more information about installing this certificate, see SSL Configuration.
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The following is a list of terms used in this document. The definitions of these terms have been simplified to address only how they relate to configuring EZproxy for use with Shibboleth. For more complete definitions, please refer to the Shibboleth Project.
The position-independent ShibbolethMetadata directive is used in config.txt to link EZproxy to your Identity Providers. This directive may appear multiple times to link EZproxy to multiple federations.
This optional parameter specifies the file containing an X.509 (SSL) certificate that can be used to verify that a MetadataFile retrieved from a MetadataURL is authenticated. The default directory for URLValidateFile is the directory where EZproxy is installed. Currently, the metadata validation needs the metadata to contain an EntitiesDescriptor element, which then contains one or more EntityDescriptor elements.
Caution: Earlier versions of EZproxy would accept Response documents in which the Response was not signed, the Assertion was signed, and the Assertion was not encrypted. With the release of EZproxy v6.6.2, any site relying on this behavior will need to add the following to their ShibbolethMetadata directive:
Once you add this directive to config.txt and restart EZproxy, you should access the EZproxy administration page where you will find an option to Manage Shibboleth. In the Manage Shibboleth page, there is a link to display release attributes. You will use this link to verify basic Shibboleth functionality. In EZproxy 6.2.2 and later, this page includes an option ("EZproxy Metadata") which displays the complete Shibboleth metadata for the EZproxy server.
If all of your ShibbolethMetadata directives use the same -EntityID, then you can use the first form of WAYF13. If you have multiple ShibbolethMetadata directives with varying -EntityID values, you must use the second form and explicitly specify the EntityID of your EZproxy server for the specific WAYF.
If all of your ShibbolethMetadata directives use the same -EntityID, then you can use the first form of DS20. If you have multiple ShibbolethMetadata directives with varying -EntityID values, you must use the second form and explicitly specify the EntityID of your EZproxy server for the specific Discovery Service.
This file allows the use of SAML attributes to make EZproxy authorization decisions. This sample demonstrates how to restrict access to a specific Identity Provider, block alumni, place employees into an additional EZproxy group, place people affiliated with the law.example.edu scope into an additional EZproxy group, designate a specific user as an EZproxy administrator, and map an attribute for EZproxy to use as the username for logging, enforcing transfer limits, etc.
To determine the attributes that are available for use, access the EZproxy administration page, then the Manage Shibboleth page, and use one of the options provided to display your attributes. Note that auth: is placed in front of the attribute name that appears on this page. For the attribute name, if both a name and a friendly name appear, you can use either after auth:. If a value appears in the scope column, then an @ sign and this scope value must be added to the end of the attribute name.
Other SAML servers may not be willing to use a wildcard certificate for communication. If necessary, you can create an additional, separate certificate named login. followed by your EZproxy server name (e.g., login.ezproxy.yourlib.org) which will be used just for communication with other SAML servers. To create such a certificate, access the EZproxy administration page, and from there choose Manage Shibboleth, and from there choose Create New SSL Certificate for Shibboleth Communication, and then proceed to complete the information for the certificate. Depending on the certificate authority used in your network, you may need to coordinate this step with the person who manages your certificates.
When this option is included, the metadata for the EZproxy server changes to add entries for SingleLogoutService to specify the URLs at which Identity Providers can communicate with EZproxy to coordinate Single Logout. Since this option changes the metadata, the updated metadata must be provided to the Identity Provider to enable this connection.
The exact page seen by the user after a single logout may be provided by the Identity Provider or by EZproxy. If EZproxy presents the final page, it defaults to sending the contents of the logout.htm file from the docs subdirectory. For installations that have a mixture of Shibboleth and non-Shibboleth authentication, it is possible to create a shiblogout.htm file and place this in the docs subdirectory. If this file exists, it will be sent after single logout completes.
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Google's automated crawlers support the Robots Exclusion Protocol (REP). This means that before crawling a site, Google's crawlers download and parse the site's robots.txt file to extract information about which parts of the site may be crawled. The REP isn't applicable to Google's crawlers that are controlled by users (for example, feed subscriptions), or crawlers that are used to increase user safety (for example, malware analysis).
Google ignores invalid lines in robots.txt files, including the Unicode Byte Order Mark (BOM) at the beginning of the robots.txt file, and use only valid lines. For example, if the content downloaded is HTML instead of robots.txt rules, Google will try to parse the content and extract rules, and ignore everything else.
Geo DNS bases routing decisions on the geographic location of the requests. In some cases, geography is a good proxy for latency; but there are certainly situations where it is not. LatencyBased Routing utilizes latency measurements between viewer networks and AWS datacenters. These measurements are used to determine which endpoint to direct users toward.
AWS now publishes its current IP address ranges in JSON format. To view the current ranges, download the .json file using the following link. If you access this file programmatically, ensure that the application downloads the file only after successfully verifying the TLS certificate that is returned by the AWS server.
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Apart from name and split, the datasets.load_dataset() method provide a few arguments which can be used to control where the data is cached (cache_dir), some options for the download process it-self like the proxies and whether the download cache should be used (download_config, download_mode).
When a dataset is in streaming mode, you can iterate over it directly without having to download the entire dataset.The data are downloaded progressively as you iterate over the dataset.You can enable dataset streaming by passing streaming=True in the load_dataset() function to get an iterable dataset.
You can even set the environment variable HF_DATASETS_OFFLINE to 1 to tell datasets to run in full offline mode.This mode disables all the network calls of the library.This way, instead of waiting for a dataset builder download to time out, the library looks directly at the cache.
If you are behind a corporate proxy, or especially if your local Maven installation has been configured to point to a repository within your local network, the command below may not work. One workaround is to temporarily disable or rename your Maven settings.xml file, and try again.
A very rare need is to be able to convert a string which happens to be in YAML form into JSON, and this can be done via the yaml type cast keyword. For example - if a response data element or downloaded file is YAML and you need to use the data in subsequent steps. Also see type conversion.
If it returns None, Scrapy will continue processing this request, executing allother middlewares until, finally, the appropriate downloader handler is calledthe request performed (and its response downloaded).
If it returns a Request object, Scrapy will stop callingprocess_request() methods and reschedule the returned request. Once the newly returnedrequest is performed, the appropriate middleware chain will be called onthe downloaded response.
If it raises an IgnoreRequest exception, theprocess_exception() methods of installed downloader middleware will be called.If none of them handle the exception, the errback function of the request(Request.errback) is called. If no code handles the raised exception, it isignored and not logged (unlike other exceptions).
If it returns a Request object, the middleware chain ishalted and the returned request is rescheduled to be downloaded in the future.This is the same behavior as if a request is returned from process_request().
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