||This is the client-generated ID that associates the return values with this request.
||The authentication-token element is mandatory, but is not used at this time.
||The credential ID is a GUID (created by the Single Sign-on system
and stored in your central store). It must match the value returned
by the lookupRequest and is used to locate the credential being
||The containerID provides the FQDN of the user who owns the credential.
add: To add credentials. This produces the same result as an addRequest.
If modificationMode is add, the restrictions on the psoID and data
elements are the same as for the addRequest. The psoID must only
specify a container (as in deleteRequest) and the data must contain
a credential element (as in addRequest).
replace: To replace a field value, put the new value inside the
delete: To clear a field value. The contents of the data element are ignored.
||Data is the description of the data being modified. This is the credential element and may include any child elements of the credential and application elements.
||The credential element is used to describe a single secondary
credential. The name and description children of the credential
element are optional. If not provided, the plug-in uses the name and
description from the application definition. See ctx:credential for more information.
||The name is the application definition name as it appears in your Single Sign-on component of AppCenter.
||The application element is used both to describe an application
definition and to describe details of a credential. The application
element must correspond to one previously obtained from a
lookupApplicationsRequest operation. See ctxs:application for more information. If an id child of an application is provided, it must match the value stored
in the credential.
||Default values are provided if the group element is not part of the
add request. This element describes the relationship between the
new credential and existing credentials associated with the group.
See the information about Group Element Attributes.
||Each child element of fields listed in the
lookupResponse operation must be included in the addRequest operation or an error is returned.
||userID provides the user's account for this credential.
||Password provides the user's password associated with this credential.
||Custom fields provide the custom values for this credential. Single Sign-on supports two custom fields in addition to the user name and password fields.
||The psoID is a unique identifier for each end user; PSOID is the user's FQDN and is used to specify the container for the credential being modified.