※This function is available for organization with the Enterprise plan.
There are 8 steps in setting up SSO on OneLogin.
※Please complete the setup on OneLogin before registering members on Unipos.
1. Click "Add Apps" on the OneLogin menu.
Please log into an account with the admin authority.
Click "APPS" > "Add Apps".
2. Search and click the connector.
Search "SAML Test Connector (IdP w/attr)" and choose the displayed connector.
3. Register the display name for the app.
Enter the display name (optional) and click "SAVE". This display name will be used on OneLogin.
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4. Enter the SSO information of Unipos to the Configuration page on OneLogin.
Return to the connector settings screen on OneLogin and choose "Configuration" on the menu.
While you have the configuration page open on OneLogin, use a different tab to open the SSO settings page on Unipos.
Copy the information marked in red above and paste it to the Configuration page on OneLogin.
※There will be no SSO login link.
|Recipient||URL for ACS|
Regular expression URL for ACS
URL for ACS: https://unipos.me/a/saml/acs/xxxx
Regular expression URL for ACS: ^https:Wunipos.meVaVsamlVacsVxxxx$
|ACS(Consumer)URL||URL for ACS|
5. Enter the SSO information of OneLogin to the ID provider page on Unipos.
Open the SSO settings page on Unipos and click "Set ID Provider".
While you have the ID provider page open on Unipos, use a different tab and open the SSO tab from the OneLogin menu.
Copy the information for "Issuer URL" and "SAML 2.0 Endpoint (HTTP)" and paste it to the corresponding fields of the ID provider screen on Unipos.
|Issuer URL||Entity ID|
|SAML 2.0 Endpoint (HTTP)||URL for Single Sign-On|
Then, open the SSO tab on OneLogin > Click "View Details" (marked in red).
You will see the information about the certificate. Click the copy icon as marked in red above, and paste it to the corresponding field of the ID provider screen on Unipos.
|X.509 Certificate||Certificate (Base64-encoded)|
Return to the SSO settings screen on Unipos and save the ID provider information.
6. Grant access
On OneLogin, open the Access tab and register information about "Roles". Then, click "SAVE".
7. Operation test
Log out of Unipos > Log into OneLogin > Choose Unipos from the app menu on OneLogin > Log into Unipos using SSO.
If Unipos is launched, SSO is successfully set up.
If Unipos is not launched, please confirm the above steps and try again.
8. Add members from the Unipos admin screen
Click here to see how to add members.
※Members will not receive invitation emails from Unipos. Please make sure that information is circulated by the admins.
SSO setup and member registration are complete.