SSO App settings

The SSO App Settings screen allows you to register, edit, and delete SSO applications, assign members and groups, and view and download the necessary settings on the service provider side.

SSO App list screen

1. Create an App connection

Create an empty SSO App connection configuration.
For more information, please click here.

2. Select the App and add

Set up the SSO App connection settings based on the template provided by YubiOn Portal in advance.
For more information, please click here.

3. App list

It is possible to select the application to be configured.
When selected, the SSO App individual setting screen will appear.

4. App list filter

From the SSO App list, it is possible to filter SSO Apps by keyword.

Individual SSO App Settings Screen

Overview section

5. Logo image information

You can view or set the logo image of the SSO App.
For instructions on how to change the logo image, please click here.

6. Confirmation of various information

You can download metadata and certificates (IdP side), check SAML responses, and check and download information for configuring SSO on the service provider side, such as IdP configuration information.
Please refer to the manual of each service provider for how to set up the service provider side.

7. SSO App Deletion

Delete the displayed SSO App settings.
For detailed operation, please click here.

Setting section

It is possible to switch between the “App settings”, “Attribute settings”, and “SP Metadate upload” tabs through the detailed settings section.

8. Application settings

You can view and edit the settings regarding linkage to the service providers.
You can also check more detailed settings by clicking on the “Detailed settings” link.
For detailed operation, please click here.

9. Attribute settings

It sets the attributes to be sent to the service when communicating with the service provider.
It is displayed in a list and allows you to register and delete additional custom attributes, as well as edit attributes.
For detailed operation, please click here.

There are two types of attributes: “Template attributes” and “Custom attributes”.
- Template attributes
 When the SSO configuration is created from a template, the attributes that are required by the service provider are set.
 Only editing is allowed.
- Custom attributes
 These are the attributes which are freely configurable for all SSO applications.
 Registration, editing, and deletion are possible.

There is no difference between template attributes and custom attributes in terms of actual collaborative communication (SAML communication).

10. SP Metadata upload

Some service providers distribute a file called “metadata,” which is a collection of information necessary for collaboration.
This file can be used to collectively configure the application.
For detailed operation, please click here.

Assignment section

The assignment setting section can be tabbed between the “Member” and “Group” screens.

11. Member

It is possible to assign individual members to the displayed SSO applications.
For detailed operation, please click here.

12. Group

For the displayed SSO application, groups can be assigned and members belonging to them can all be assigned at once.
For detailed operation, please click here.