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Sandeep MoreSandeep More 

Cannot upload Signature Certificate (SAML Logout)

Hello,
I am trying to test Single Logout (SLO) for SAML, I can see my SAML request in the logs but I am getting "Issuer does not match" error. When, I try to upload a certificate (in PEM or DER format) I get a failure message "The filename is invalid or missing" I can see that the file is not missing (and attached) about the file names, I tried multiple names nothing works. I could not find any documentation on what format the certificate should be and the expected file name. Funny thing is I was able to upload a certificate earlier !
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Evan AlterEvan Alter (Okta, Inc.)
Sandeep -
What was the format of the earlier signature? How was the new signature created?

Both PEM and CER certificate formats are supported.

Evan
Sandeep MoreSandeep More
Thanks for responding Evan ! I was using PEM format. 
After a lot of wasted time turns out the issue was my browser, to be specific Opera (50.0.2762.67 MacOSX).
Using Safari worked. Okta admin page did not give any indication indication there was a failure with Opera. 
Anyways, I was finally able to upload the certs and successfully test SAML Single Logout. 

Thanks !
Sandeep
Abhijit PatniAbhijit Patni
Hi Sandeep, I stuck in the SAML logout part. Basically, we have configured required things in the OKTA regarding logout. We have uploaded same certificate which OKTA has given. But, after logout from the OKTA, we are not getting logout from the application. Can you help us regarding the same?
Sandeep MoreSandeep More
Generally Okta logs are pretty good about telling you what's wrong.
Evan AlterEvan Alter (Okta, Inc.)
Good news, Sandeep. Thanks for letting us know.

Evan Alter
Okta Customer Support
Evan AlterEvan Alter (Okta, Inc.)
Sandeep -
Although Opera is a great browser, it is not officially supported on Okta. That does not mean it will never work, but it does mean that we cannot guarantee that it will always work.

Platforms, Browser, and OS Support
https://support.okta.com/help/Documentation/Knowledge_Article/Platforms-Browser-and-OS-Support-349761608


Thanks.

Evan Alter
Okta Customer Support
Dylann FezeuDylann Fezeu (Customer First Programs)
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​Dylann Fezeu
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devops shearwaterdevops shearwater
Hi all, I got the same issue with uploading Signature Certificate. Can anyone tell me what is the "Signature Certificate" in single logout and what is its purpose? As I think, "Signature Certificate" is the public key of Service Provider which have uploaded on Single Sign-On configuration. in other think, it's the public key of CA which we use to generate the public key?

Thank you all.