SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Drupal using PingOne as IDP
Drupal SAML PingOne SSO ( Single Sign-on ) setup will allow your user to login to your Drupal site using their PingOne Credentials.
Drupal SAML module gives the ability to enable SAML Single Sign-on for Drupal. This module is compatible with all SAML Identity Providers ( IDP ). We provide Drupal SAML SP 2.0 Single Sign on (SSO) - SAML Service Provider module which is compatible with Drupal 7, Drupal 8 and Drupal 9. Here we will go through a guide to configure SAML SSO between
Drupal and PingOne Idp. By the end of this guide, users from your Identity Provider should be able to login into the Drupal site.
Know more about Drupal SAML Single Sign On - Service Provider module from here.
You can download the SAML Single Sign On - Service Provider module from here.
This detailed Handbook for the SAML Single Sign On - Service Provider module, gives an in depth explanation of the features of the module. You can refer to the handbook at anytime - it is always available to you, either via This link, or directly from the module for quicker access.
1. Install Drupal SAML SP 2.0 Single Sign On (SSO) module
1.1. Using Composer:
Composer require drupal/miniorange_saml
Navigate to Extend menu on your Drupal admin console and search for miniOrange SAML Service Provider using the search box.
Enable the module by checking the checkbox and click on install button.
On your Dashboard menu, click on Connections section.
In the Connections menu, Click on Application and to create an application click on the + icon beside its name.
Provide appropriate Application Name and choose the Application Type as SAML. Click on the Save button.
For the SAML configuration you need to get the Entity ID and ACS URL from miniOrange SAML Single Sign-On Module.
Go to miniorange SAML Single Sign-On module → Service Provider Metadata → Download Metadata. Now, upload it to the Ping One.
Navigate to Import from Metadata tab, and upload downloaded Metadata file in import Metadata section.
Click on the Save button.
Now go to configuration tab and click on Download Metadata button to download IDP metadata. Keep it handy as it will be used in furthur steps.
Navigate to Attribute Mappings tab and map the attributes as necessary for the application.
Save your Application and on the Application Dashboard and enable the “User Access” button next to your application name.
You have successfully configured PingOne as SAML IdP (Identity Provider) for achieving PingOne SSO login into
your Drupal Site.
2. Setup Drupal as Service Provider
In the miniOrage SAML Service Provider module, go to Service Provider Setup tab of the module. There are two way to configure Drupal SAML Service Provider SSO module:
A. By Uploading IDP Metadata
Click on Upload IDP Metadata link.
Click on Upload Metadata File and click on Upload File to fetch your information.
You can either Upload Metadata URLand click on Fetch Metadata button.
B. Manual Configuartion
Provide the required settings (i.e. Identity Provider Name, Idp Entity ID or Issuer, SAML Login URL and X.509 Certificate ) find to your Identity Provider PingOne and click on Save Configuration button to save your configuration.
Click on Save Configuration and Test Configuration.
In this Guide, you have successfully configured PingOne SAML Single Sign-On ( PingOne Login ) choosing
PingOne as IdP and Drupal as SP using miniOrange SAML SP 2.0 Single Sign On (SSO) - SAML Service Provider Login module.
This solution ensures
that you are ready to roll out secure access to your Drupal site using PingOne login credentials within
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