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def openid::consumer::consumer::GenericConsumer::_getOpenID1SessionType (   self,
  assoc_response 
) [private]

Given an association response message, extract the OpenID
1.X session type.

This function mostly takes care of the 'no-encryption' default
behavior in OpenID 1.

If the association type is plain-text, this function will
return 'no-encryption'

@returns: The association type for this message
@rtype: str

@raises KeyError: when the session_type field is absent.

Definition at line 1226 of file consumer.py.

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        """Given an association response message, extract the OpenID
        1.X session type.

        This function mostly takes care of the 'no-encryption' default
        behavior in OpenID 1.

        If the association type is plain-text, this function will
        return 'no-encryption'

        @returns: The association type for this message
        @rtype: str

        @raises KeyError: when the session_type field is absent.
        """
        # If it's an OpenID 1 message, allow session_type to default
        # to None (which signifies "no-encryption")
        session_type = assoc_response.getArg(OPENID1_NS, 'session_type')

        # Handle the differences between no-encryption association
        # respones in OpenID 1 and 2:

        # no-encryption is not really a valid session type for
        # OpenID 1, but we'll accept it anyway, while issuing a
        # warning.
        if session_type == 'no-encryption':
            oidutil.log('WARNING: OpenID server sent "no-encryption"'
                        'for OpenID 1.X')

        # Missing or empty session type is the way to flag a
        # 'no-encryption' response. Change the session type to
        # 'no-encryption' so that it can be handled in the same
        # way as OpenID 2 'no-encryption' respones.
        elif session_type == '' or session_type is None:
            session_type = 'no-encryption'

        return session_type

    def _extractAssociation(self, assoc_response, assoc_session):


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