Our Login using WordPress Users (WP as SAML IDP) plugin enables you to configure WP as IDP (Identity Provider) and Domo as SP (Service Provider). Here we will go through a step-by-step guide to setup Domo SSO with WordPress.
Now go to the WordPress IDP plugin, navigate to the IDP Metadata tab. Here, you can find the Identity Provider Metadata URL or you can Download the Metadata File.
You will find IDP Entity ID, SAML Login URL, SAML Logout URL (Premium Feature), Certificate. You would need these to configure the Service Provider(Domo).
You would need these to configure the Service provider(Domo).
Login into Domo as an administrator, and then navigate to the Authentication tab.
Under this tab, go to the SAML (SSO) option.
A webpage will be displayed asking whether to start the setup or not, click the Start Setup button, and then select Metadata upload option.
Click on the Manual Setup tab. Under the Information from your IdP section, paste the metadata URL from the WP IDP Plugin and upload it.
Else, you can enter the IDP details manually by clicking on the Manual entry option under the Information from your IdP section.
Enter the values by referring to the table below.
Enter the IDP Entity value from the IDP Metadata tab of WordPress IDP Plugin.
Identity Provider endpoint URL
Enter the SAML Login URL value from the IDP Metadata tab of WordPress IDP Plugin.
Download the Certificate from the from the IDP Metadata tab of WordPress IDP Plugin and upload it here.
Under the Advanced settings section enable the checkbox for “Use SAML Relay State to redirect”.
Click on the SAVE CONFIG button to save the configurations done.
Before clicking on the Enable SSO, it is suggested to add Admin/selected users in the Direct Sign on List. Navigate to the Direct Sign on List and add the users who can directly sign in to Domo using their Domo credentials as well as via SSO.
2. Configure WordPress (WP) as IdP (Identity Provider)
In the WordPress IDP plugin, navigate to the Service Provider tab and enter the values corresponding to the information from Domo under the Authentication > SAML SSO > Manual Setup tab of your Domo Admin Portal.
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