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- This document describes how to setup and test the EFT SSO feature with Salesforce as the IDP.
Get a salesforce developer account
Get a salesforce Domain and enable for IDP
- Salesforce does a good job documenting the process for becoming a IDP. Just follow their instructions:
- When you get to the step where you create your domain be sure to bookmark it. For example Safeforce will create a domain for access to your IDP app such as:
- Once you've completed the setup your IDP and SSO Settings should look similar to the following:
Configure EFT as a SP to the Salesforce IDP
- Create some users in your Salesforce app, similarly create these same users in EFT.
- When creating your users be sure to set the User License to Salesforce. If you don't then you won't be able to add the user to the SSO permissions group.
Create and add users to the SSO Permissions group
- In Salesforce go to Manage Users > Permission Sets
- Create your permission set then click on Manage Assignments and add your users for SSO.
Configure EFT with Salesforce as the IDP Server
- We do not support user provisioning so do not enable this feature when configuring your Salesforce IDP
- We only support HTTP POST so when configuring your SP and IDP be sure to specify and use the POST endpoint.
- Make sure your IDP matching attribute matches the attribute search you specify in EFT.
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