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In SP-initiated single logout (SLO), the user starts at the SP site, and clicks a link to logout out of the IdP site andevery SP site to which there is an SSO session.
The following diagram outlines the SP-initiated SLO flow.


  1. The user has already SSO’d to one or more service providers.
  2. The user clicks a link at the SP site to initiate SLO.
  3. The user is logged out of the SP site.
  4. A logout request is sent to the IdP site.
  5. The user is logged out of the IdP site.
  6. A logout response is sent to the SP site.

Note that the identity provider sends a logout request and expects a logout response from every other service provider apart from the initiating service provider. This occurs between steps 5 and 6.



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ComponentSpace - 2/20/2014
In SP-initiated single logout (SLO), the user starts at the SP site, and clicks a link to logout out of the IdP site andevery SP site to which there is an SSO session.
The following diagram outlines the SP-initiated SLO flow.


https://www.componentspace.com/forums/uploads/images/7a38dc18-ba32-4202-ae35-78f2.png

  1. The user has already SSO’d to one or more service providers.
  2. The user clicks a link at the SP site to initiate SLO.
  3. The user is logged out of the SP site.
  4. A logout request is sent to the IdP site.
  5. The user is logged out of the IdP site.
  6. A logout response is sent to the SP site.

Note that the identity provider sends a logout request and expects a logout response from every other service provider apart from the initiating service provider. This occurs between steps 5 and 6.


The image is not visible, can you please add an other image which displays diagram outlines the SP-initiated SLO flow.
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Fixed. Thank you.

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