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Create a Response.

:param in_response_to: The session identifier of the request
:param consumer_url: The URL which should receive the response
:param status: The status of the response
:param issuer: The issuer of the response
:param sign: Whether the response should be signed or not
:param to_sign: If there are other parts to sign
:param kwargs: Extra key word arguments
:return: A Response instance

src/p/y/pysaml2-2.0.0/src/saml2/server.py   pysaml2(Download)
            self.session_db.store_assertion(assertion, to_sign)
 
        return self._response(in_response_to, consumer_url, status, issuer,
                              sign_response, to_sign, encrypt_assertion=encrypt_assertion,
                              encrypt_cert=encrypt_cert, **args)
            args["assertion"] = assertion
 
        return self._response(in_response_to, destination, status, issuer,
                              sign_response, to_sign, **args)
 
            args = {}
 
        return self._response(in_response_to, "", status, issuer,
                              sign_response, to_sign=[], **args)
 

src/p/y/pysaml2-HEAD/src/saml2/server.py   pysaml2(Download)
            self.session_db.store_assertion(assertion, to_sign)
 
        return self._response(in_response_to, consumer_url, status, issuer,
                              sign_response, to_sign, encrypt_assertion=encrypt_assertion,
                              encrypt_cert=encrypt_cert, **args)
            args["assertion"] = assertion
 
        return self._response(in_response_to, destination, status, issuer,
                              sign_response, to_sign, **args)
 
            args = {}
 
        return self._response(in_response_to, "", status, issuer,
                              sign_response, to_sign=[], **args)