AH HAH! THANKYOU! That's done it :)
[been bashing my head against this since yesterday afternoon]
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On 13 Feb 2013, at 12:39, "Gilbertson, John" <[log in to unmask]>
> Hi Matthew,
> I'm not sure if it's just your email client, or if it's in the actual file, but there seems to be an extraneous Unicode character just before your </rp:RelyingParty> that may not be visible in many editors/fonts.
> Might be worth a try just deleting that.
> John Gilbertson
> Computing Services Department
> The University of Liverpool
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> Sent: 13 February 2013 12:34
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> Subject: Element 'RelyingParty' cannot have character [children]
> I am trying to set up a new IdP from scratch...
> With 2.3.8 (and downgrading to 2.3.6), I am getting the following error while starting up:
> 12:27:12.317 - ERROR [edu.internet2.middleware.shibboleth.common.config.BaseService:188] - Configuration was not loaded for shibboleth.RelyingPartyConfigurationManager service, error creating components. The root cause of this error was: org.xml.sax.SAXParseException: cvc-complex-type.2.3: Element 'rp:RelyingParty' cannot have character [children], because the type's content type is element-only.
> I have added a manual RelyingParty element (for Office365) inside the <rp:RelyingPartGroup> element:
> <!-- Microsoft Windows Azure AD -->
> <rp:RelyingParty id="urn:federation:MicrosoftOnline"
> <rp:ProfileConfiguration xsi:type="saml:SAML2SSOProfile"
> encryptNameIds="never" />
> If I comment out the whole block then it's ok.
> If I remove the ProfileConfiguration element and turn it into an "attribute only" thing (<rp:RelyingParty ... />) then it's ok.
> All the examples say this should be ok ... and is ok on another of my IdPs.
> Full copy of the relying-party.xml at http://pastebin.com/aVCrBjnK
> I can't see the problem :( Please help...
> Matthew Slowe
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