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Parse a Request

:param xmlstr: The request in its transport format
:param request_cls: The type of requests I expect
:param service:
:param binding: Which binding that was used to transport the message
    to this entity.
:return: A request instance

src/p/y/pysaml2-2.0.0/src/saml2/server.py   pysaml2(Download)
        """
 
        return self._parse_request(enc_request, AuthnRequest,
                                   "single_sign_on_service", binding)
 
        """
 
        return self._parse_request(xml_string, AttributeQuery,
                                   "attribute_service", binding)
 
        """
 
        return self._parse_request(xml_string, AuthzDecisionQuery,
                                   "authz_service", binding)
 
        """
 
        return self._parse_request(xml_string, AssertionIDRequest,
                                   "assertion_id_request_service", binding)
 
        """
 
        return self._parse_request(xml_string, AuthnQuery,
                                   "authn_query_service", binding)
 

src/p/y/pysaml2-HEAD/src/saml2/server.py   pysaml2(Download)
        """
 
        return self._parse_request(enc_request, AuthnRequest,
                                   "single_sign_on_service", binding)
 
        """
 
        return self._parse_request(xml_string, AttributeQuery,
                                   "attribute_service", binding)
 
        """
 
        return self._parse_request(xml_string, AuthzDecisionQuery,
                                   "authz_service", binding)
 
        """
 
        return self._parse_request(xml_string, AssertionIDRequest,
                                   "assertion_id_request_service", binding)
 
        """
 
        return self._parse_request(xml_string, AuthnQuery,
                                   "authn_query_service", binding)