Drupal Workplace SSO | Login into Workplace using Drupal IDP
Drupal Workplace SSO Integration will allow you to configure Single Sign-On ( SSO ) login between your Drupal site and Workplace by Facebook. Drupal as IdP SAML SSO module acts as a SAML 2.0 Identity Provider which can be configured to establish the trust between the module and Workplace by Facebook as Service Provider (SP) to securely authenticate users using Drupal credentials.
This Drupal Workplace SSO setup will also help you to manage your users in one single place. We provide the Drupal SAML Identity Provider module for Drupal 7, Drupal 8, and Drupal 9. Here we will go through a step-by-step guide to configure SAML IDP SSO login between Drupal website as IDP ( Identity Provider ) and Workplace by Facebook as SP ( Service Provider ).
Steps to configure Workplace SAML Single Sign-On (SSO) Login into Drupal website
1. Configure Drupal site as Identity Provider
Navigate to the Service Provider Setup tab of the miniOrange SAML Identity Provider module on your Drupal site. There are two way to configure your Identity Provider ( Drupal as SAML IDP ):
A. By Uploading SP metadata:
Click on UPLOAD SP METADATA link.
You can either Upload Metadata File and click on Upload button or use a Upload Metadata URL and click on Fetch Metadata.
B. Manual Configuration:
Navigate to Service Provider Setup tab of the miniOrange Drupal IDP module.
Provide the required settings (i.e. Service Provider Name, SP Entity ID or Issuer, ACS (Assertion Consumer Service) URL, X.509 Certificate (Optional)) as provided by your Service Provider Workplace ( Workplace as SP ).
Service Provider Name
Enter any appropriate name for your Service Provider.
To Enable Single Logout Select Enable SAML logout redirection.
SAML Logout URL:SAML Logout URL from the Identity Provider Metadata tab in miniOrange Drupal SAML IDP module
SAML Certificate: Certificate from the Identity Provider Metadata tab in miniOrange Drupal SAML IDP module
Scroll down to the SAML configuration. You will now see your Audience URL, Recipient URL, and ACS (Assertion Consumer Service) URL.
Copy all the values from SAML Configuration and paste it into Identity Provider Setup tab of the miniOrange Drupal SAML IDP module
Click on Save Configuration button.
Click Test SSO in Workplace.
You will see a pop-up window confirming that the SAML connection is established correctly.
Click Save Chages in Workplace:
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