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titleThe top level
{
  "communities": [ 
    {community1}, 
    {community2}, ... 
  ],
  "idp_realms": [ 
    {idp_realm1}, 
    {idp_realm2}, ... 
  ],
  "rp_clients": [ 
    {rp_client_group1}, 
    {rp_client_group2}, ... 
  ],
  "default_servers": [
    "server_name1host1",     "server_name2", ...
  ]
}

 

Communities

The communities list contains the communities in this trust infrastructure in alphabetical order by community_id. There is always a minimum of one community in a trust infrastructure, the Authentication Policy Community (APC). It is the over-arching community that includes all RPs and IdPs.

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This list is used for static peering between trust routers, and it is optional. It is sensible to store this list in a separate file.

If it does not exist, the trust router assumes that it is the only or top-level trust router.

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titleidpdefault_realmservers
  "default_servers": [
    "server_name1host1",     "server_name2", ...
  ]


An example file:

Here is an example trusts.cfg file. A full description of the various sections follows

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