I5:FeatureTest-OpenID Relying Party support for account creation via Simple Registration
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|Feature Test||OpenID Relying Party support for account creation via Simple Registration|
|Test Type||OpenID Authentication|
|Description||Tests OpenID Relying Party support for account creation via Simple Registration|
|Role tested||OpenID Identity Relying Party|
|Known Successful Reference Solution(s)|
|Success Criteria||OpenID authentication succeeds RP asks for and receives sreg information pre-filling the account creation form.|
|Failure Criteria||OpenID not accepted or other failures|
|OpenID Relying Party support for account creation via Simple Registration||OpenID Relying Party||usability|
- Open the result page for your solution and this test.
- Open the test Page http://test-id.org/RP/SregAccountCreation.aspx and find the openID in another Tab
- Open the OpenID login page for your relying party.
- Copy the OpenID from the test page into the OpenID login field of the page.
- This ID provides sreg values and will not ask for a password.
- You will be retuned to the test page.
- This will report the SREG attributes the RP has requested.
- Required attributes will have a * beside the name.
- You can edit the return values as you like for testing.
- If no attributes are asked for this is a failure
- Click on "Continue" to submit the claims
- The account information should be populated from the sreg information, this is a successful outcome.
- If you are prompted to create a new account but the fields are not pre-filled this is a "Not Supported" outcome..
- Set outcome in the results page:
- If the success criteria was met, set the outcome to "Works".
- If the test failed, set the outcome to "Failed" and enter information about the failure in the Notes section.
- If other issues occurred set the result to "Issues" and describe them in the Notes section.
- Add either four tilde ~~~~ signs or a text name into the "Tested by" parameter.
- Update the Date Tested, Browser, and Operating System lines of the results page.