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  • Can anyone help me with the implementation of Salesforce IDP?

    Posted by Pradeep on August 20, 2018 at 4:06 pm

    Hi Team;

    Earlier I worked on  Ebsuite SSO and OBIEE IDM and IAM and Few other implementations.  And I am new to this Salesforce IDP, Can you please help me if you have documents any useful links I need to implement the project from scratch.

    Salesforce Identity provides

    OAuth 2.0

    SAML 2.0

    Open ID Connect

    If anyone working on this tools can you please respond back


    Pradeep replied 4 years ago 2 Members · 2 Replies
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  • shariq

    September 4, 2018 at 8:14 pm

    Hi Pradeep,

    Steps to perform SSO in salesforce:-

    1. All Orgs must be enabled with a custom hostname using ‘My Domain’One Org must be selected to act as the Identity Provider
    2. A master list of all users
    3. A “Federated ID” for each user, unique for each person across users of all Orgs.
    4. Enable the Identity Provider in your Identity Provider Org
    5. Download the Self-Signed Certificate from the IDP Org
    6. Configure SAML in your first Service Provider Org
    7. Tell your Identity Provider about this Service Provider Org
    8. Click “Service Providers are now created via Connected Apps. Click here.” under the list of “Service Providers”
    9. Enter a name for your first Connected App.
    10. Select Enable SAML under Web App Settings.
    11. Enter the ‘My Domain’ of the Service Provider Org as the “Entity ID”
    12. Enter the ACS URL – this is the “ Login URL”
    13. Select “Federation ID”
    14. Hit “Save”
    15. Assign this SSO configuration to any Profiles of your choosing

    Hope this helps.

  • Pradeep

    September 18, 2018 at 4:22 pm

    Hi Shairq;

    What the steps in Identity and Access manger will be performed using Sales force IDM can you please let me know, I am new to this salesforce i am not able to get it what is this product i worked for Oracle Access manager earlier.


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