ClicData SAML Single Sign-On (SSO) Login Using Drupal as IDP
Drupal ClicData SSO Integration will allow you to configure Single Sign On ( SSO ) login between your Drupal site and ClicData. ClicData SAML SSO integrate with your Drupal site will help your users to login into ClicData using their Drupal credentials.
We provide Drupal SAML Identity Provider - SAML IDP Single Sign On (SSO) module which is compatible with Drupal 7,
Drupal 8 (D7,D8) and Drupal 9 (D9). Here we will go through a step-by-step guide to configure SAML IDP SSO login between Drupal site and ClicData considering SP and Drupal as IDP.
Steps to configure ClicData SAML Single Sign-on ( SSO ) Login into Drupal website
2. Configure Drupal as Identity Provider
Navigate to the Configuration tab and Select Drupal SAML IDP Configuration.
In the IDP Metadata, Copy the IDP Entity ID/Issuer, SAML Login URL and Certificate (Optional) and Keep it handy.
In the miniOrage SAML Identity Provider module, go to Service Provider Setup tab of the module. There are two way to configure Drupal SAML IDP Configuration SSO module:
A. By Uploading SP Metadata
Click on UPLOAD SP METADATA link.
Click on Upload Metadata File and click on Upload to fetch your information.
You can either Upload Metadata URL and click on Fetch Metadata button.
B. Manual Configuration
Provide the required settings (i.e. Service Provider Name, SP Entity ID/Issuer, ACS URL and X.509 Certificate) find to your Service Provider ClicData and click on Save Configuration button to save your configuration.
Service Provider Name
ClicData (Enter SP name as your choice)
SP Entity ID or Issuer
Copy and Paste SAML Entity ID from ClicData
Copy and Paste the ACS (Consumer) URL from ClicData
You will be represented with the Home screen of ClicData.
In the left-top corner, click on the menu button.
Navigate the Account section, and select Account Settings option.
In the Account Settings tab, click on Single Sign-On.
Enable Single Sign-On by sliding a button and select SAML 2.0 as the Identity Provider type.
Upload IDP Metadata
Manual Configuration: In the SAML Configuration section, enter the required endpoints from the IDP Metadata tab of the module .
Enter IDP Entity ID/Issuer from IDP Metadata tab Of Drupal SAML IDP Configuration module.
Enter SAML Login URL from IDP Metadata tab Of Drupal SAML IDP Configuration module.
Enter SAML Logout URI from IDP Metadata tab Of Drupal SAML IDP Configuration module.
Import Metadata file: You can Download XML Metadata file and then upload in the ClicData as Service Provider (SP) side by clicking on the Import Identity Provider Metadata option.
In the User Attributes section, fill in the fields as you configured them in the module section.
Can Sign In?
Keep the Default role of new users to Viewers.
You have Successfully configure ClicData as Service Provider (SP).
4. Testing SSO
Click on validate at the bottom, it will redirect you to the Drupal page where user have to enter the credentials and then it will redirect back to the ClicData.
Note:For the validation to work, the current user logged in ClicData must be present in the Drupal user directory of people or in one of their integrations with the exact same email address.
On authentication, the Validation should turn to green.
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module, please get in touch with us, and we can get that custom-made for you. Also, If you want, we can also schedule an online meeting to help you configure the Drupal SAML Identity Provider - SAML IDP Single Sign On (SSO) Login module.
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