Single Sign-On SSO into RingCentral using Joomla IdP, Login into RingCentral using Joomla, by configuring RingCentral as SP and Joomla as SAML IDP. Here we will go through a step-by-step guide to configure SSO between RingCentral as Service Provider (SP) and Joomla as an Identity Provider (IDP).
If your users are stored in the Joomla database and if you want to login to your RingCentral site/applications by using Joomla's user's credentials then you can use this setup guide to configure it.
Navigate to More -> Security and Compliance -> Single Sign-on.
In the Set up SSO by yourself section, click on Edit.
In the Upload IDP Metadata, click drop down and select either Upload with file or URL. To upload Metadata File, choose the metadata file that you have already downloaded from the Joomla IDP 2.0 Plugin, then click on Import.
In the Attribute Mapping section, select Custom from the Map Email Attribute to dropdown menu, then enter email in the field that appears.
Click on Save.
In the Set up SSO by yourself section, click Download to obtain your SP metadata.
Open the SP metadata XML file you just downloaded in a text editor and take note of the entityID and Location values.
Go back to Single Sign-on (SSO) tab in RingCentral, then follow the steps below.
Check Enable SSO Service.
Manage Your Login: Select your login type.
You have successfully configured RingCentral as Service Provider.
Login to the administrator section of your Joomla 4 website :–
From the dashboard of Joomla 4 site. Click on System to install the plugin
Under System Install Extentions
Drag and drop your miniorange-joomla-saml-idp.zip file in the area indicated in the image below or browse and select the file to install the plugin.
Now go to Components miniOrange Joomla IDP Service Provider
Under Service Provider tab and fill in the Service Provider Name, SP Entity ID or Issuer, ACS URL and NameID Format. You will get these details from the Service Provider that you are using. Fill in the other fields according to your requirements. Click on Save.
Enter the following values:
Service Provider Name
Choose appropriate name according to your choice .
SP Entity ID or Issuer
Service Provider Entity ID .
SP Assertion Consumer Service URL .
X.509 Certificate (optional)
[For Signed Request]
Paste certificate value you copied from the Metadata file .
If you would like to test out the plugin to ensure your business use case is fulfilled, we do provide a 7-day trial for premium version. Please drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org requesting a trial. You can create an account with us using this link.
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