Step 1: Setup Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) as Identity Provider
Follow the steps below to configure Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) as an Identity Provider (IDP).
Configuring Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) as IdP
Access the Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) administration console, select Applications, and then click Add.
Click on SAML Application.
Enter the name of your Application and select Display in My Apps option under Display Settings section. And then click on the Next button.
In SSO Configuration, enter the following:
Enter SP Entity ID / Issuer from the Service Provider Metadata tab of the module.
Assertion Consumer URL
Enter ACS URL from the Service Provider Metadata tab of the module.
Select Email address as a NameID Format from dropdown list.
Select Primary Email as a NameID Value from dropdown list.
Download certificate from Service Provider Metadata tab of the module.
Click on the Finish button to save the configuration.
Configure Attribute Configuration under SSO Configuration Tab (Optional).
For example, enter the name of attribute as "firstName" and select Basic from the Format dropdown, select User Attribute from Type dropdown, select User Name from the Value dropdown and click on the Save button.
After creating and configuring the app, go to Users / Groups tab.
Here we can add the users and groups you want to give access to log in through this app. Assign this to the people/group you would to give access to.
Import IDP Metadata
Go to the SSO Configuration.
Click on the Download Identity Provider Metadata button to download the metadata.
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