Drupal SAML Single Sign On using OneLogin as Identity Provider
The Drupal SAML integration using the miniOrange SAML SP module establishes seamless SSO between Onelogin and the Drupal
site. The users will be able to log in to the Drupal site using their Onelogin credentials. This document will
through the steps to configure Single Sign-On - SSO between Drupal as a Service Provider (SP) and Onelogin as an
Identity Provider (IdP). The module is compatible with Drupal 7, Drupal 8, Drupal 9, and Drupal 10.
Navigate to the Applications and select Applications from the dropdown.
Click on the Add App button.
Under the Find Applications, search for SAML Custom and click on the SAML Custom Connector (Advanced).
On the Configuration tab, enter the app name in the Display Name text field. Click on Save.
In the Application details section of the Configuration tab, enter the information from the module's Service Provider Metadata tab referring below.
OneLogin SAML Field
Service Provider Information (Drupal)
SP Entity ID/Issuer
ACS (Consumer) URL
SP ACS URL
ACS (Consumer) URL Validator
SP ACS URL
Click on the Save
Navigate to the Info of the created application from the left panel. From the More Actions dropdown on the top right corner, select SAML Metadata. Keep the downloaded file handy. (This will be required to configure Drupal as SAML Service Provider.)
Configure Drupal as SAML Service Provider:
Go to your Drupal website. Navigate to the Service Provider Setup tab of the module and click on the
Upload IdP Metadata.
In the Upload Metadata File field, choose the SAML metadata file that you downloaded from OneLogin and click on the Upload File button.
Note: To alter your Identity Provider Name, follow these steps:
Under Action, select the Edit.
Enter Okta in the Identity Provider Name text field.
Scroll down and click on the Save Configuration button.
After successfully saving the configurations, click on the Test link
On a Test Configuration popup sign in using OneLogincredentials (if an active session is not present). After successful authentication, a list of attributes that are received from OneLogin will be displayed. Click on the Done.
Congratulations! you have successfully configured OneLogin as SAML Identity Provider and Drupal as SAML Service
How does SAML
SSO login work?
Open a new browser/private window and navigate to the Drupal site login page.
Click the Login using Identity Provider (Onelogin) link.
You will be redirected to the Onelogin login page. Enter the Onelogin credentials. After successful
the user will be redirected back to the Drupal site.
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