SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence using Azure AD as IDP


Confluence SAML app gives the ability to enable SAML Single Sign On for Confluence Software. Confluence Software is compatible with all SAML Identity Providers. Here we will go through a guide to configure SSO between Confluence and your Identity Provider. By the end of this guide, users from your Identity Provider should be able to login and register to Confluence Software.

Pre-requisites

To integrate your Identity Provider(IDP) with Confluence, you need the following items:

  • Confluence should be installed and configured.
  • Admin credentials are set up in Confluence.
  • Confluence server is https enabled (optional).
  • Valid Confluence Server and Data center Licence.

Download And Installation

  • Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
  • Navigate to the settings menu and Click Manage Apps.
  • Click Find new apps or Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
  • Locate Confluence SSO/ Single Sign On, SAML SSO via search.
  • Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for Confluence SSO/ Single Sign On, SAML SSO.
  • Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
  • Click Apply license.
  • Single Sign on (SSO) into confluence using Identity Providers, Installation steps

Step 1: Setup Azure AD as Identity Provider

     Single Sign On using AzureAD, AzureAD SSO Login Prerequisites Prerequisites:

    Copy these values from the Service Provider Info tab of the SAML plugin.

    • SP Entity ID
    • ACS URL

     Single Sign On into AzureAD, AzureAD SSO Login Instructions Instructions:

    Note: Enterprise app configuration is the recommended option for SAML . If you do not have Azure subscription or using free account please setup App Registration Configuration.

    To perform Single Logout using Azure AD, the Atlassian instance (E.g. Jira,Confluence) must be https enabled.

  • Log in to Azure AD Portal

  • Select ⇒ and Azure Active Directory ⇒ Enterprise Applications.

  • Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD, SAML SSO enterprise application
  • Click on Create your own application. Then enter the name for your app, select the Integrate any other application you don't find in the gallery checkbox and click on Create button

  • Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD, Azure AD SAML SSO new application
  • Click on Set up Single sign-on.

  • Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD,Azure AD SAML SSO - set up single sign on
  • The next screen presents the options for configuring single sign-on. Click on SAML.

  • Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD, Azure AD SAML SSO select saml
  • Edit the option 1 :Basic SAML Configuration to configure plugin endpoints.
  • Enter the SP Entity ID for Identifier and the ACS URL for Reply URL from Service Provider Info tab of the plugin.

  • Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD, Azure AD SAML configuration
  • Click on Save icon.
  • Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD, SSO save window
  • By default, the following Attributes will be sent in the SAML token. You can view or edit the claims sent in the SAML token to the application under the User Attributes & Claims tab.
  • You can add attribute using Add new claim
  •  Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD, user attributes claims
  • You can add group attribute claim using Add a group claim
  • Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD, add a group claim
  • Copy App Federation Metadata Url from setup tab.

  • Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD,federation metadata URL
  • Click on User and groups from the applications left-hand navigation menu. The next screen presents the options for assigning the users/groups to the application.

  • Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD, user and groups
  • Log in to Azure AD Portal

  • Select Azure Active Directory ⇒ App Registrations. Click on New Application Registration.

  •  Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD, New app
  • Assign a Name and choose the account type. In the Redirect URI field, provide the ACS URL provided in Service Provider Info tab of the plugin and click on Register button.
  •       Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD, app registration
  • Now, navigate to Expose an API menu option and click the Set button and replace the APPLICATION ID URI with the plugin's SP Entity ID

  • Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD, expose an API
  • By default, some Attributes will be sent in the SAML token. If you're not getting group information. Then, add Token configuration for Group information.

  • Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD, token configuration
  • Click on Add groups claim
  • Single Sign On(SSO)using Azure AD, Add groups claim
  • Copy the Federation Metadata URL given below. Replace the '{tenant_ID}' part with your Directory/Tenant ID. This will be required while configuring the SAML plugin.

    Federation Metadata URL https://login.microsoftonline.com/{tenant_ID}/federationmetadata/2007-06/federationmetadata.xml


Step 2: Setup Confluence as Service Provider

Now we will go through the steps to setup Confluence as a Service Provider using miniOrange add-on:

Configure Identity Provider

Step 1. Adding IDP settings in add-on


    SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence By Metadata URL:

    • Click on Import from Metadata in Configure IDP tab.
    • Select IDP: Import From Metadata URL.
    • Enter your metadata URL.
    • If your IDP changes certificates at intervals(Eg. Azure AD), you can select Refresh metadata periodically. Select 5 minutes for the best results.
    • Click Import.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, Configure IDP using Metadata URL

    miniorange img By uploading Metadata XML file:

    • Click on Import from Metadata in Configure IDP tab.
    • Select IDP: Import from Metadata File.
    • Upload metadata file.
    • Click Import.
    • SAML Single Sign ON (SSO) into Confluence, Configure IDP through uploading metadata IDP

    SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence Manual Configuration:

    • Go to Configure IDP tab and enter the following details.
      • 1. IDP Name

        2. IDP Entity ID

        3. Single Sign On URL

        4. Single Logout URL

        5. X.509 Certificate

      SAML Single Sign ON (SSO) into Confluence, Manual IDP Configuration

Configure Multiple Identity Providers

Step 1: Add New IdP

  • Click on Add New IdP button given in the right topmost corner. You can configure IdP using one of these 3 methods.
  • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, Add new IDP

Step 2: List of IdPs

  • Once the IdP endpoints are configured successfully, you will get to see list of all the IdPs.
  • You can edit Metadata endpoints using Edit option.
  • Click on Test to check your IdP response. It shows Test successful with set of attributes you configured in your IdP. You can perform Single Sign-On once the test is successful.
  • You can remove IdP from the list using Delete option.
  • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, Multiple IDP List

Step 3: Single Sign On

  • Select your IdP from the list. It will redirect you to selected IdP login page.
  • SAML Single Sign ON (SSO) into Confluence, Login form with multiple IDP configured

Step 4 : Domain Mapping

  • Enable Domain mapping using Use Domain Mapping option.
  • Enter IdP domain name.
  • Note: For this feature you have to configure domain name for each and every IDP from the list.

    SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, Domain Mapping

Step 5: Single Sign On using Domain mapping

  • Enter user email address. It will check your domain name with the configured domain if it match then it will redirect you to the respective Identity Provider Login page.
  • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, Login form while domain mapping is on

Step 3: Setting up Confluence user profile attributes

    We will be setting up user profile attributes for Confluence. If your users are stored in a directory that is Read Only, please check Disable User Profile Mapping in User Profile tab and follow steps given in Matching a User.

    SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, User profile attribute mapping
    a. Finding correct attributes
    • Go to Configure IDP tab. Scroll down and click on Test Configuration.
    • You will see all the values returned by your IDP to Confluence in a table. If you don’t see value for First Name, Last Name, Email or Username, make the required settings in your IDP to return this information.
    • Once you see all the values in Test Configuration, keep the window open and go to User Profile tab.
    b. Setting profile attributes
    • In this tab, fill the values by matching the name of the attribute. For instance, if the Attribute Name in the Test Configuration window is NameID, enter NameID against Username
    • Setting up both Username and Email is required if you want to let users register. If you want existing users to only login, configure the attribute using which you will match user in Confluence.
    c. Matching a User

    When user logs into Confluence, one of the user’s data/attribute coming in from the IDP is used to search the user in Confluence. This is used to detect the user in Confluence and login the user to the same account.

    • Go to User Profile tab
    • Select Username or Email for Login/Search Confluence user account by
    • Enter the attribute name from IDP which corresponds to Username or Email using Finding Correct Attributes.

Step 4: Assigning groups to users

    We will be setting up user group attributes for Confluence. If your users are stored in a directory that is Read Only, please check Disable Group Mapping in User Groups tab and skip to Setting default group.

    a. Setting default group
    • Select the users' Default Group in the tab User Groups. If no group is mapped, users are added by default to this group.
    • You can enable default groups for All Users or New Users using the option.Select None if you don't want to assign any default group to SSO users. Using the option Enable Default Groups for.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, Default groups configuration

    b. Finding Group Attribute
    • Just like we found Attribute Name for User Profile attributes, we find group attribute.
    • Go to Configure IDP tab. Scroll down and click on Test Configuration.
    • You will see all the values returned by your IDP to Confluence in a table. If you don't see value with groups, make the required settings in your IDP to return group names.
    • Once you see all the values in Test Configuration, keep the window open and go to User Groups tab.
    • Enter the Attribute Name of group against Group Attribute.
    • Check Disable Group Mapping option if you don't want to update groups of existing users.

    c. Group Mapping
       Group Mapping can be done in two ways:
    • Manual group mapping: If the names of groups in Confluence are different than the corresponding groups in IDP, then you should use Manual group mapping.
    • On-The-Fly group mapping: If the names of groups in Confluence and IDP are same, you should use On-The-Fly group mapping.

  • I. Manual Group Mapping
    • Check Restrict User Creation Based on Group Mapping option if you want new users to be created only if at least one of the user's IDP groups is mapped to a group in the application.
    • For mapping, first select a Confluence group from the dropdown which lists all groups present in Confluence and then enter the name of the IDP group to be mapped in the textbox beside
    • For example, if you want all users in 'dev' group in IDP to be added to confluence-users, you will need to select confluence-users from the dropdown and enter 'dev' against confluence-users.
    • Use '+1' and '+10' buttons to add extra mapping fields.
    • Use '-' button next to each mapping to delete that mapping.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, Manual group mapping
  • II. On-The Fly Group Mapping
    • Check Create New Groups option if you want new groups from IDP to be created if not found in Confluence.
    • If the user is part of some group in Confluence and that group is not present in the SAML response returned by IDP, then the user will be removed from that group in Confluence.
    • If you don't want On-The-Fly group mapping to affect Confluence groups which are managed locally then add those groups in Exclude Groups field.
    SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, On the fly group mapping

Step 5: SSO Settings

    The settings in Sign In Settings tab define the user experience for Single Sign On
    a. Sign In Settings
      SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, Sign In Settings
    • Set button text for button on login page using Login Button Text
    • Set redirect URL after login using Relay State. Keep this empty for coming back to the same page user started from
    • Enable Auto-redirect to IDP if you want to allow users to login only using IDP. Enable backdoor for emergency
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, Auto redirect to IDP
    b. Custom Login Template
    • Set custom login template to redirect users to a custom login page instead of Confluence default login page. This won't work if you have Auto-redirect to IDP enabled.
    • Don't forget to copy default login page URL in case of emergency.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, Custom Login template settings
    c. Sign Out Settings
    • Enter a custom logout URL to redirect your users to a pre-defined logout page
    • Set a custom logout template to show custom logout page to users on logout
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, Sign Out settings
    d. SSO Error Settings
    • Set error template to redirect users to a custom error page instead of login page. Use this if you have Auto-redirect to IDP enabled.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, Custom Error Template Settings
    e. Advanced Settings
    • Remember Me: If enabled, user stays logged in until user explicitly logs out.
    • You can extend Confluence default session timeout using these steps. By default it is set to 60 minutes.
    • Validate IDP's SAML Response: Configure time difference(in minute) here In case Confluence server time is not in sync with your IDP's time.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Confluence, Advanced SSO Settings

Step 2: Setup Jira/Confluence as Service Provider

With the Quick Setup method, you can get the SP metadata from the first step of adding an IDP. The steps to initiate Quick Setup are given below :


  • Click on the Add New IDP button in the Configured IDPs section
  • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Add an IDP
  • Select the Quick Setup option in the pop-up that opens
  • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Add IDP pop-up
  • Select your IDP from the list of IDPs displayed

After completing the above steps, you will see the first step of the Quick Setup process. This step deals with setting up your IDP.


Step 2.1: Service Provider Metadata

    Here you will find your SP's metadata. You will need to provide this metadata to your IDP. There are two ways to add this metadata to your IDP.


     Import the metadata

    • If your IDP supports importing the metadata, then you can choose By providing a metadata URL to the IDP.
    • Depending on how your IDP accepts the metadata, you can either provide the metadata URL or you can use the Download Metadata button to download an XML file for the same.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Quick Setup sp metadata url

    Manually add the metadata

      If you wish to add the metadata manually, then you can choose By manually configuring the metadata on your IDP You will find the following information. These details will need to be provided to your IDP


    • SP Entity ID
    • ACS URL
    • SP Certificate
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Quick Setup sp metadata manual

The next step of the Quick Setup flow deals with setting up IDP metadata on SP. We will pick this up in the next section of the setup guide.

If you have chosen to add your IDP using the Quick Setup flow then you have already completed the first step, which is to add SP metadata to your IDP. Now you can proceed with the second step of the Quick Setup method

Step 2.2: Configuring your Identity Provider

    This step is where you will be adding your IDP metadata.


     Custom IDP name

    • You can enter a name for your IDP int the Custom IDP Name field. In-case your use-case requires multiple IDPs, the SSO button for this IDP on the login page will display the custom name. If you do not wish to add a custom name, simply click on the corresponding drop-down and select no.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Quick Setup custom name for IDP

     Adding the IDP metadata

    There are 3 ways in which you can add your IDP metadata. Use the drop-down to select any of the following methods :

    •   I have the metadata URL for my IDP

      Add your metadata URL in the Enter Metadata URL field.

      SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Quick Setup metadata url
    •   I have a file which contains the metadata

      Use the Choose File button to browse for your metadata file.

      SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Quick Setup metadata file
    •   I want to manually configure the IDP

      To configure the IDP manually, you will need to have the following details from your IDP's metadata.

      • Single Sign On URL
      • IDP Entity ID
      • IDP Signing Certificate
      • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Quick Setup metadata manual
    •   Testing the configuration

        Once you have added the IDP metadata, click on Save. If the IDP has been added successfully, then you will see a Test and Get Attributes button. Click on this button to test if the IDP was added successfully.

Step 2.3: User Profile

In this step you will be setting up basic user profile attributes for your SP

     Matching a user

    • When the user logs into Jira, one of the user's data/attribute coming in from the IDP is used to search the user in Jira. This is used to detect the user in Jira and log in the user to the same account. You can choose which attribute will be used for this purpose using the drop-down provided.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Quick Setup login attribute

     Setting profile attributes

    • Setting up both Username and Email is required if you want to let users register. If the Test Configuration performed in the previous step was successful, then the inputs for the username and email attributes will be drop-downs. These drop-downs will contain all of the user's attribute names sent from the IDP. You will need to select the appropriate options containing the user's username and email.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Quick Setup login attribute

step 2.4: User Groups - Default groups

  • Select the users's default groups in this step. You can use the Default Groups to do this. Multiple groups can be set as default groups. The user will be assigned to these groups by default after successfully logging in via SSO.
  • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Quick Setup default groups
  • You can enable default groups for All Users or New Users using the Enable Default Groups for drop-down. Select None if you don't want to assign any default group to SSO users.
  • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Quick Setup enable default groups

Step 2.5: Troubleshooting and Support

  • This step marks the end of the Quick Setup flow. In case you faced any issues or encountered any errors while setting up your IDP you can use the steps given in the Troubleshooting section to get in touch with us.
  • You will also be able to see the results of a successful test configuration on this page. This includes the attributes received from your IDP, the SAML request sent and the SAML response received.
  • Adding your IDP via this method will setup basic SSO for your end-users. You can always customise your setup further using the full set of features that we provide. To do this use the Edit drop-down for your IDP in the Configured IDPspage. From here you will be able to access your SP Metadata and customise your User Profile and User Groups settings. You can read more about these settings in the Custom Setup section of this guide.

Step 2.1: Service Provider Metadata

    If you plan on customizing your IDP setup from the get go, you can find the metadata in the SP Metadata. Here you will find your SP's metadata. You will need to provide this metadata to your IDP. There are multiple ways to add this metadata to your IDP :


    miniOrange logo  Import the metadata

      Depending on how your IDP accepts the metadata, you can either provide the metadata URL or you can use the Download Metadata button to download an XML file for the same.


    miniOrange logo  Manually add the metadata

      If you wish to add the metadata manually,you will find the following information in this section. These details will need to be provided to your IDP.

      • SP Entity ID
      • ACS URL
      • SP Certificate
      SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Custom Setup sp metadata url

Step 2.2: Configuring your Identity Provider

    The custom setup flow allows you to dive into the complete set of configurations that we provide to add a SAML Identity Provider. The steps to configure an IDP using the Custom Setup option are :


     Adding IDP Metadata

    With the information you have been given by Your IDP team, you can configure IDP settings in 3 ways:


    miniOrange logo By Metadata URL

    • Click on the Import from Metadata tab.
    • Select IDP: Import From Metadata URL.
    • Enter IDP metadata URL: Enter your metadata URL.
    • If your IDP changes certificates at intervals (Eg. Azure AD), you can refresh your IDP metadata accordingly :
      • Navigate to the Advanced SSO options from the menu on the left-hand side of the page.
      • Enter your metadata URL in the Certificate Rollover field.
      • Select the Refresh Certificate periodically option.
      • Use the drop-down provided to set the interval for a periodic refresh.Select 5 minutes for the best results.
    • Click Import.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Import IDP through Metadata URL

    miniOrange logo By Uploading Metadata XML File

    • Click on the Import from Metadata tab.
    • Select IDP: Import from Metadata File.
    • Upload metadata file.
    • Click Import.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Import IDP through Metadata File

    miniOrange logo Manual Configuration

    Go to Manual Configuration tab and enter the following details:

    • IDP Entity ID
    • Single Sign On URL
    • Single Logout URL
    • X.509 Certificate
    • SAML Single Sign ON (SSO) into Jira, Configure IDP Manually

Step 2.3: User Profile

    Next we will be setting up user profile attributes for Jira. The settings for this can be found in the User Profile section.

    SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, User profile Settings

    a. Finding correct attributes
    • Go to IDP Configuration section. Scroll down and click on Test Configuration.
    • You will see all the values returned by your IDP to Jira in a table. If you don't see value for First Name,Last Name, Email or Username, make the required settings in your IDP to return this information.
    • Once you see all the values in Test Configuration, keep the window open and go back to theUser Profile section.
    b. Setting profile attributes
    • In this tab, fill the values by matching the name of the attribute. For instance, if the Attribute Name in the Test Configuration window is NameID, enter NameID against Username
    • Setting up both Username and Email is required if you want to let users register. If you want existing users to only login, configure the attribute using which you will match the user in Jira.
    c. Matching a User

      When the user logs into Jira, one of the user's data/attribute coming in from the IDP is used to search the user in Jira. This is used to detect the user in Jira and log in the user to the same account.
      You can configure it using steps given below:

    • Select Username or Email for Login user account by
    • Enter the attribute name from IDP which corresponds to Username or Email using Finding Correct Attributes

Step 2.4: User Groups

    Now we will be setting up user group attributes for Jira. You can replicate your user's groups present on IDP in your SP. There are multiple ways of doing this.

    a. Setting default group
    • Select the users' Default Group in the tab User Groups. If no group is mapped, users are added by default to this group.
    • You can enable default groups for All Users or New Users using the option.Select None if you don't want to assign any default group to SSO users. Using the option Enable Default Groups for.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Default groups in group mapping
    b. Finding Group Attribute
    • Just like we found Attribute Name for User Profile attributes, we find the group attribute.
    • Go to IDP Configuration section. Scroll down and click on Test Configuration.
    • You will see all the values returned by your IDP to Jira in a table. If you don't see value with groups, make the required settings in your IDP to return group names.
    • Once you see all the values in Test Configuration, keep the window open and go to User Groups tab.
    • Enter the Attribute Name of group against Group Attribute.
    • Check Disable Group Mapping option if you don't want to update groups of existing users.
    c. Group Mapping
      Group Mapping can be done in two ways:

    • Manual group mapping: If the names of groups in Jira are different than the corresponding groups in IDP, then you should use Manual group mapping.
    • On-The-Fly group mapping: If the names of groups in Jira and IDP are same, you should use On-The-Fly group mapping.

    I. Manual Group Mapping
    • Check Restrict User Creation Based on Group Mapping option if you want new users to be created only if at least one of the user's IDP groups is mapped to a group in the application.
    • For mapping, first select a Jira group from the dropdown which lists all groups present in Jira and then enter the name of the IDP group to be mapped in the textbox beside.
    • For example, if you want all users in 'dev' group in IDP to be added to jira-software-users, you will need to select jira-software-users from the dropdown and enter 'dev' against jira-software-users.
    • Use '+1' and '+10' buttons to add extra mapping fields.
    • Use '-' button next to each mapping to delete that mapping.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Manual group mapping
    II. On-The Fly Group Mapping
    • Check Create New Groups option if you want new groups from IDP to be created if not found in Jira.
    • If the user is part of some group in Jira and that group is not present in the SAML response returned by IDP, then the user will be removed from that group in Jira.
    • If you don't want On-The-Fly group mapping to affect Jira groups which are managed locally then add those groups in Exclude Groups field.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, On the fly group mapping

Step 2.5: Troubleshooting and Support

  • You can verify if your SAML SSO configuration is correct by clicking the Test Configuration button on the IDP configuration tab of the plugin.
  • After the successful test configuration, you will also be able to see the results on the Troubleshooting and Support page. This includes the attributes received from your IDP, the SAML request sent and the SAML response received.
  • In case you faced any issues or encountered any errors while setting up your IDP you can use the steps given in the Troubleshooting section to get in touch with us.

Step 3: Redirection on Login Page

  • If you have only one IDP configured, then you can use the features provided on the SSO Settings tab and Redirection tab of the plugin to manage the redirection on the login page.
  • Enable the Auto Redirect to IDP option on the SSO Settings tab if you want to allow users to log in only using IDP.
  • Use the Emergency/Backdoor Login URL to allow all admins to access the Jira's/Confluence's default login page and log in using Jira local credentials. You can also Restrict the access of this URL to some specific set of users (i.e users of particular groups).
  • Use the settings given on Redirection Rules tab to redirect the users on login page based on their email domains, groups and directories. This feature is more useful in case you have multiple IDPs configured. Please refer to the next section.

Step 4: Multiple IDPs

    Step 4.1: Configuring Multiple IDPs

    • If your use case requires multiple IDPs to be configured on your SP, the plugin supports that as well. You can add another IDP by going to the Configured IDPs section and using the Add New IDP button.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, add a new IDP

    Step 4.2: Managing SSO with multiple IDPs

    • If you have multiple IDPs configured, you can choose how you want your end users to use these IDPs to perform SSO. IDPs to perform SSO.
    • For example you can show the buttons for the different IDPs configured on the login page nad let the users decide which IDP to use for SSO.
    • Or you could force certain users to user a specific IDP based on the domain of their username/email.
    • You will be able to configure these rules in the Redirection Rules section, under the Redirection Rules tab.
    • By default one rule is always configured that will be applicable to all the users, irrespective of their user domains.
    • For instance, if you want to display the login page with SSO buttons for each of the IDPs then your Default Rule will be as follows :
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, default redirection rule
    • Based on the default rule mentioned above, the login form will contain buttons for each IDP. The users will be free to choose whichever IDP they want to use to initiate SSO.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, default redirection rule login page
    • You can also configure a rule so that your users will automatically be redirected to an IDP based on their email domains.
    • For example, if you want users with example.com as domain to be redirected to IDP 1 you can add a rule by :

      1. Click on the Add Rule button in the Redirection Rules tab
      2. Enter a name for your rule in Rule Name
      3. In the IF statement select Email Domain in the first drop-down
      4. For the same statement select equals in the second drop-down.
      5. In the last field of the IF statement, enter the email domain(example.com for the purpose of this example)
      6. In the Then Redirect To drop-down, select the IDP you want the users with example.com to be redirected to(IDP 1 in this case)
      7. Click on Save
      8. SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, example rule
    • When a rule such as an example given above is configured, a login form will be displayed to the users where they will have to input their email address.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, Domain mapping form
    • In this section you will also configure SSO for admin users, access to anonymous pages and an emergency URL to by-pass SSO. These settings can be found under the Settings tab of this section.
    • SAML Single Sign On (SSO) into Jira, sso settings


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