@ksietsma Sorry to hear this. Do you have some privacy settings in your phone that deletes cookies or similar things when the browser closes or something?
@judeswae nope, nothing unusual that I know of. I have raised an issue, they are asking for how to test SAML! :) https://github.com/tuskyapp/Tusky/issues/2462#issuecomment-1111195472
Not sure if you or @mheiber can help them?
@judeswae @ksietsma Unfortunately, there is no "easy" way to test the SAML integration .. I observed a similar behavior with other apps before and it helped to just run through the same routine again (because you're now logged in it might work).
I think the issue lies somewhere between the apps obscure expectations and us not accepting "any" redirect (i.e. app expects the SAML workflow to redirect the response towards a local response; but our SAML configuration doesn't allow for that)
@ksietsma @judeswae I think most of these apps aren't really tested on Omniauth-enabled instances (because they are quite rare). Omniauth is the framework that enables all sorts of auth methods in Rails (social logins, SAML etc.)
I wish I had something to help you out here, but in the end it all hinges on being able to test different configurations on a configured instance that uses some of these methods for auth (or just SAML)
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