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Adding a service provider

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Note: This section only describes how to add a service provider using management consolethe Management Console. Instead of adding a service provider via management console, it 's is also possible to add a service provider using a configuration file as described here.

  1. Sign in. Enter your username and password to log on to the Management Console
  2. Navigate to the Main menu to access the Identity menu. Click Add under Service Providers.
  3. Fill in the Service Provider Name and provide a brief Description of the service provider. Only Service Provider Name is a required field.
  4. Click Register to add the new service provider.

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    Note: The service provider you create can be viewed by any user within your tenant domain in the Main view of the management console by clicking List under the Service Provider section. However, you must keep in mind that when a service provider is created, it is assigned to a "Internal" role. All users in the tenant domain must be assigned to this role in order to view the service provider created. See Configuring Roles for guidance on how to do this.

  5. The Service Providers screen appears. Here you have the option of selecting if the service provider is a SaaS Application or not. The SaaS Application configuration defines which users you want to be able to log into your web application.

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    Tip: By default, the SaaS Application checkbox is disabled, which means the web application is not shared among tenants so only users in the current tenant (the one you use to define the service provider) will be allowed to log into the web application. Alternatively, if you enabled the SaaS Application checkbox, that means this web application is shared among tenants so users from any tenant will be allowed to log into the web application. For example, if there are three tenants, namely TA, TB and TC and the service provider is registered and configured only in TA.

    • If the SaaS Application configuration is disabled, only users in TA are able to log into the web application.

    • If the SaaS Application configuration is enabled, all TA, TB, TC users are able to log into the web application.

    • For more information on creating and managing tenants, see Creating and Managing Tenants.
  6. In the resulting screen, click the arrow buttons to expand the forms available to update.
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    titleClick here for details on how to configure claims

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    [Draft]Configuring Claims for a Service Provider[Draft]
    Configuring Claims for a Service Provider

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    titleClick here for details on how to configure roles and permissions

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    Configuring Roles and Permissions for a Service Provider
    Configuring Roles and Permissions for a Service Provider

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    titleClick here for details on how to configure inbound authentication

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    Configuring Inbound Authentication for a Service Provider
    Configuring Inbound Authentication for a Service Provider

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    titleClick here for details on how to configure local and outbound authentication

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    Configuring Local and Outbound Authentication for a Service Provider
    Configuring Local and Outbound Authentication for a Service Provider

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    titleClick here for details on how to configure inbound provisioning

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    Configuring Inbound Provisioning for a Service Provider
    Configuring Inbound Provisioning for a Service Provider

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    Configuring Outbound Provisioning for a Service Provider
    Configuring Outbound Provisioning for a Service Provider

  7. Click the Update button to update the details of the service provider.

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  1. Sign in. Enter your username and password to log on to the Management Console.
  2. In the Main menu under the Identity section, click List under Service Providers. The list of service providers you added appears.
  3. Click the Resident Service Provider link.
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  4. The Resident Service Provider page appears.

    1. Select the user store domain to provision users and groups for inbound authentication for SCIM or SOAP requests.
    2. For outbound provisioning configurations, select the identity provider from the dropdown list available and click the plus button to add this identity provider for provisioning. For an identity provider to appear on this list you have to add the identity provider in the Identity Server.
  5. Click Update.

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  1. Sign in. Enter your username and password to log on to the Management Console.
  2. In the Main menu under the Identity section, click List under Service Providers. The list of service providers you added appears.
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Editing service providers

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  1. Sign in. Enter your username and password to log on to the Management Console.
  2. In the Main menu under the Identity section, click List under Service Providers. The list of service providers you added appears.
  3. Locate the service provider you want to edit and click on the corresponding Edit link.
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  4. You are directed to the edit screen. See here for details on the editable form.

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  1. Sign in. Enter your username and password to log on to the Management Console.
  2. In the Main menu under the Identity section, click List under Service Providers. The list of service providers you added appears.
  3. Locate the service provider you want to delete and click on the corresponding Delete link.
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  4. Confirm your request in the WSO2 Carbon window. Click the Yes button.
     
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titleRelated Topics

See the following topics for information on configuring service providers using different specifications.

  • See the Single Sign-On topic for details on how to configure a service provider for single sign-on using different specifications.
  • See Identity Provisioning for information on configuring inbound and outbound provisioning with a service provider.

See the following topics to configure different applications as service providers in Identity Server.