Counter strike validating
SAML Core Specification says that the signature must not be generated using transforms other than enveloped signature transform or exclusive canonicalization transform.
None of these two transforms can remove the signature of the SAML assertion.
There are tons of little subtleties that make implementing SAML a nightmare(like calculating the canonical form of a subset of the XML(the assertion), also the XML version of XML documents is not included.
For Web SSO, I've only ever seen both portions signed when you have a different entity signing the Assertion vs the Response.
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B) Generate the Assertion signature and include it when generating the Response signature. This will cut down on processing requirements at the SP.