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eduroam NRO has the full authority to decide and invite the IdPs from NRO's constituency to use eduroam CAT and Managed IdP supporting tools.

For the eduroam Managed IdP tool, there is a limit of a maximum number of 10.000 active end users per NRO. Should the number of active end users within a NRO's constituency exceed this number eduroam Operations will contact respective NRO to determine further steps. That limit is not technically enforced and can be followed up with delay and asynchronously. So, no online notification in any way is foreseen.

Purpose and scope

eduroam CAT

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The web presence of eduroam Managed IdP is https://hosted.eduroam.org

Terms of use

eduroam NRO has the full authority to decide and invite the IdPs from NRO's constituency to use eduroam CAT and Managed IdP supporting tools.

For the eduroam Managed IdP tool, there is a limit of a maximum number of 10.000 active end users per NRO. Should the number of active end users within an NRO's constituency exceed this number, eduroam Operations team will contact respective NRO to determine further steps. That limit is not technically enforced and can be followed up with delay and asynchronously. So, no online notification in any way is foreseen.

Nomenclature

The NRO administrator interface of eduroam CAT and eduroam Managed IdP are largely identical. The remainder of this document will refer to both as "the toolset".

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The authoritative reference for the list of ACTIONs is on GitHub, https://github.com/GEANT/CAT/blob/masterrelease_2_0/web/lib/admin/API.php : the class constants API::ACTION_* are the available strings to put into the JSON ACTION field.

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The authoritative reference for the list of PARAMETERs is on GitHub, https://github.com/GEANT/CAT/blob/masterrelease_2_0/web/lib/admin/API.php : the class constant API::ACTIONS contains two sets of parameters each, "REQ" = required parameters, "OPT" = optional parameters,

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The HTTP POST will be answered with a "result" field, which is either "SUCCESS" or "ERROR". It is accompanied by a "details" field, which contains either the response details, or in the case of error, an additional "errorcode" and "description". The auhoritative

The content of the response details is given in the constant API::ACTIONS along with the list of parameters (see above) as "RETVAL".

The authoritative reference for the list of error codes is on GitHub, https://github.com/GEANT/CAT/blob/masterrelease_2_0/web/lib/admin/API.php : the class constants API::ERROR_*

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