In the miniOrange SAML 2.0 SSO plugin, navigate to Service Provider Metadata tab. Here, you can find the SP metadata such as SP Entity ID and ACS (AssertionConsumerService) URL which are required to configure the Identity Provider.
Login to your WSO2 admin console.
From the left navigation menu, select Add under Service Provider tab.
In the Add New Service Provider page, configure the following:
Select Mode: Manual Configuration
Service Provider Name: WordPress
Service Provider description: (Optional) Enter a description
Click on Register
Select SP Certificate Type: Use SP JWKS endpoint
SaaS Application: Checked (Optional)
Select Claim mapping Dialect: Use Local Claim Dialect
Click on Add Claim URI you can add multiple claims/attributes for Attribute Mapping (such as emailaddress, firstname, lastname, telephone, etc).
Expand the Role/Permission Configuration section, and then expand the Permissions as well as the Role Mapping sections.
Click Add Permission and specify the service provider specific permission that you want to add.
Click Add Role Mapping and enter appropriate values for the Local Role as well as the Service Provider Role.
Inbound Authentication Configuration
Go to SAML2 Web SSO Configuration.
Click on Configure.
In Register New Service Provider page, Select Mode as URL Configuration.
Copy the Metadata URL from Service Provider Metadata tab in the plugin.
Paste the URL in the text box under Upload Service Provider Metadata from Url.
Click on the Upload button.
Click on the OK button.
Identity Provider Metadata
Under Inbound Authentication Configuration, click on SAML2 Web SSO Configuration.
Click Edit besides the Issuer of your Service Provider.
You can verify the details of your Service Provider here.
Check the Enable Attribute Profile and Include Attribute in the Response Always for Attribute Mapping.
Click on Download IDP Metadata button.
Click on Update button.
Keep this IDP metadata handy for configurations in the plugin.
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