01/27/2023 12:56 PM
We are willing to integrate multiple Identity Providers in lower environments, with the following scenario :
Many thanks !
01/27/2023 12:59 PM - edited 01/27/2023 01:03 PM
// MULTIPLE IDP START grails.plugin.springsecurity.saml.metadata.providers = [ okta1:'security/idp.xml' , okta2: 'security/idp-new.xml' ] grails.plugin.springsecurity.saml.metadata.sp.file = [testone: 'security/sp.xml', testtwo: 'security/sp-1.xml'] grails.plugin.springsecurity.saml.metadata.sp.defaults.alias = 'testone1' // Define all idps entity ID here ecm.login.options = [ "okta1" : "http://www.okta.com/xxxx" , "okta2" : "http://www.okta.com/xxxx" ] // Displays popup values for customer , left side is the one which gets displayed // in popup, right one is key to ecm.login.options defined above customer.domain.login.options = [ "okta1.xxx.com" : "okta1", "okta2.xxx.com" : "okta2" ] // Displays popup values for saviynt team , left side is the one which gets displayed // in popup, right one is key to ecm.login.options defined above saviynt.domain.login.options = [ "okta1.xxx.com" : "okta1" , "okta2.xxx.com" : "okta2" ] // MULTIPLE IDP END
01/27/2023 01:01 PM
I have been checking on that document as well, I am simply asking if Saviynt's local database can actually be an option in one of my IDPs.
01/27/2023 01:08 PM - edited 01/27/2023 01:09 PM
That option is always available unless blocked by saviynt
01/27/2023 01:21 PM
Ok so if I understand well :
01/27/2023 01:42 PM
Its managed at server level, usually if your server managed by saviynt (saviyntcloud.com) they deny the access and allow only to be used by saviynt internal vpn
01/27/2023 01:58 PM
All good sir, thanks a lot for your help !
I am going to test this out and post the solution once done with testing !