Click on Single Sign On menu option from the main navigation bar at the top of your page.
You will see the Plugin Settings page. We will first configure the IdP Settings.
Fill out the required fields according to the information provided by your Identity Provider. You can refer to the example given below.
IdP Entity Id:
SAML Login URL:
SAML Logout URL:
SAML x509 Certificate:
Certificate provided by your IdP.
Click on Save button.
The SP Settings tab has the data that you will need to provide to your IdP.
Click on the Test Configuration button and the user details will be fetched. Test configuration will show the attributes that are received and are mapped by attribute mapping.
Step 3: Attribute Mapping
Attribute Mapping feature allows you to map the user attributes sent by the IDP during SSO to the user attributes at October CMS.
Go to Attribute Mapping menu option from the main navigation bar at the top of your page.
It also provide Custom Attribute mapping feature, which allows you to map any attribute sent by the IDP to the October CMS.
You can map the attribute names received in Test Configuration to the user credentials of your October CMS users.
Step 4: SSO Button Component
Click on CMS from the main navigation and select the page that you want to place the button on from the Pages menu on the left-hand side.
Click on Components and click on SAML 2.0 SP to reveal the SSO Button component.
Drag and drop the component on to your selected page. Hit save and preview.
Click on the Single Sign-On (SSO) button to start the authentication flow for frontend users.
The button for Backend login screen is generated automatically.
Step 5: SSO Options
In the IDP Settings tab, you can configure Force Authentication to force login screen at IdP every time your users are redirected for SSO.
You can configure the Login Binding type to choose the method of sending the SAML request.
You can configure the Single Logout URL to send a logout request to the IdP when a user logs out of your OctoberCMS site.
In the SP Settings tab, you can configure Auto-Redirect to redirect users to IdP when they land on your site.
You can configure the Post-Login and Post-Logout URLs to redirect users after they SSO and Single Logout.
You can access the documentation for more details by going to Settings > Updates & Plugins > SAML 2.0 SP.
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