Log into the Federation Manager as a Site Administrator(SA).
Click on the entity you wish to update to bring up the View/Edit page.
On the left navigation, click "Error URL" to bring up the Error URL section. Click the edit button to edit the Error URL.
Remember: your IdP metadata is not published to the InCommon metadata until you submit it for publishing using the "Submit This Entity for Publishing" button in the Review and Submit section. When you are ready to publish your metadata, don't forget to press that button.
errorURL is an attribute present in an Identity Provider's (IdP) metadata. It provides a way for the Service Provider (SP) to direct the user back to an IdP for additional help when the SP is unable to grant user access into the service because of (most commonly) missing required information from the IdP.
All identity providers SHOULD supply a URL to a page hosted at the IdP's organization. The page should clearly explain to the end user how to seek help to resolve access issues due to missing user attributes required by a service. Example of information may include:
Tell the user how to contact the appropriate service point (e.g., help desk, IdM support, etc.) to report the problem. Include suggestions on what information the user should include in their message. Perhaps embed an email tool in the
errorURL page to simplify the reporting process.
If the IdP is configured to release a default set of personally identifiable attributes to InCommon member SPs, describe how FERPA or other privacy legislations limits attribute release, and the local process to opt in to release user attributes.
When processing a federated sign-in, a SP may find that the authentication assertion from the IdP may be missing needed information or technical requirements to grant access where the issue needs to be addressed at the IdP side. Examples may include:
Where appropriate, an SP may direct the user to the web page at the IdP's errorURL for additional help. It is a good user experience practice to display a page explaining to the user why they are being redirected to the IdP's errorURL before doing so.
IMPORTANT! DO NOT direct the user back to the IdP if the error an SP error unrelated to the IdP (for example, an application error).
errorURL is an XML attribute defined in the
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