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   |summary            = Tests the privatepersonalidentifier and site-specific friendly identifier
 
   |summary            = Tests the privatepersonalidentifier and site-specific friendly identifier
 
   |testedrole        = Information Card Identity Selector
 
   |testedrole        = Information Card Identity Selector
   |referencesolution1 = CardSpace .NET Framework 3.5
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   |referencesolution1 = CardSpace .NET Framework 3.5 SP1
 
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   |success            = The PPID and site-specific friendly identifier match the values specified
 
   |success            = The PPID and site-specific friendly identifier match the values specified
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# Open the result page for your solution and for this test.
 
# Open the result page for your solution and for this test.
# Import the cards from the file [[Image:I3_fedid_si-backed.crds]] using the password "i3_cards".
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# Import the cards from the file [[Image:I5_fedid_cards.crds]] using the password "password".
# Visit https://relyingparty.federatedidentity.net/AnyIssuerRelyingParty/Login.aspx and click the icon to submit a card.  Select the "I3 Self-Issued" card and preview the claims to be sent.
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# Visit https://relyingparty.federatedidentity.net/AnyIssuerRelyingParty/Login.aspx and click the icon to submit a card.  Select the "FedId Self-Issued" card and preview the claims to be sent.
## Verify that the Site-specific card ID value previewed is A8E-D69T-BP5 if the ISIP 1.5 algorithm is being used or HFB-CBHD-3D9 if the ISIP 1.0 algorithm is being used.
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## Verify that the Site-specific card ID value previewed is A8E-D69T-BP5.
 
# Submit the card.
 
# Submit the card.
## Verify that the PPID value displayed is WvA5Huo0c265eAuMu0rW6XF48ghQ+cZ5Osyb+vFhMg8= if the ISIP 1.5 algorithm is being used or TKPvaDbGBMAfotk9OOPaYmJem8/rGz3kT7idXvYooOY= if the ISIP 1.0 algorithm is being used.
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## Verify that the PPID value displayed is WvA5Huo0c265eAuMu0rW6XF48ghQ+cZ5Osyb+vFhMg8=.
# If the selector supports no-SSL, also visit http://relyingparty.federatedidentity.net/AnyIssuerRelyingParty/Login.aspx and click the icon to submit a card.  Select the "I3 Self-Issued" card and preview the claims to be sent.
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# If the selector supports no-SSL, also visit http://relyingparty.federatedidentity.net/AnyIssuerRelyingParty/Login.aspx and click the icon to submit a card.  Select the "FedId Self-Issued" card and preview the claims to be sent.
 
## Verify that the Site-specific card ID shown is L68-MZHB-GWD.
 
## Verify that the Site-specific card ID shown is L68-MZHB-GWD.
 
# Submit the card.
 
# Submit the card.

Latest revision as of 17:45, 15 January 2009

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Instructions

  1. Open the result page for your solution and for this test.
  2. Import the cards from the file File:I5 fedid cards.crds using the password "password".
  3. Visit https://relyingparty.federatedidentity.net/AnyIssuerRelyingParty/Login.aspx and click the icon to submit a card. Select the "FedId Self-Issued" card and preview the claims to be sent.
    1. Verify that the Site-specific card ID value previewed is A8E-D69T-BP5.
  4. Submit the card.
    1. Verify that the PPID value displayed is WvA5Huo0c265eAuMu0rW6XF48ghQ+cZ5Osyb+vFhMg8=.
  5. If the selector supports no-SSL, also visit http://relyingparty.federatedidentity.net/AnyIssuerRelyingParty/Login.aspx and click the icon to submit a card. Select the "FedId Self-Issued" card and preview the claims to be sent.
    1. Verify that the Site-specific card ID shown is L68-MZHB-GWD.
  6. Submit the card.
    1. Verify that the PPID value displayed is XxBQlDZzkiZLZB4+Et40wS2KjfLGAw5bznQq8wW+DRg=.
  7. Set outcome:
    1. If the success criteria was met, set the outcome to "Works".
    2. If the test failed, set the outcome to "Failed" and enter information about the failure in the Notes section.
    3. If other issues occurred set the result to "Issues" and describe them in the Notes section.
  8. Add either four tilde ~~~~ signs or a text name into the "Tested by" parameter.
  9. Update the Date Tested, Browser, and Operating System lines of the results page.