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  1. Log in to WSO2 API Cloud. Click Configure > External Users.
  2. In the API Cloud Web UI Access tab, select Connect Your LDAP User Store and submit the requested details.
    Role permission mappings are as follows:
    • Create APIs: Roles allowed to create APIs

    • Publish APIs: Roles allowed to publish APIs

    • Subscribe to APIs: Roles allowed to subscribe to APIs
    • Access Admin App: Roles allowed to access the Admin app

  3. Configure custom URLs for SSO login.


    WSO2 API Cloud applications identify the organizations that have secondary user stores configured, based on a specific custom header. When the header is available in the request, the application executes the secondary user store-based authentication flow. If the header unavailable, the default authentication flow is executed. This custom header is sent through custom URL configurations. Let’s say we have configured a load balancer to send the custom header with Then,, which does not have a custom header, is executed with the default authentication flow. But, has a custom header. This is excecuted with the secondary user-store based authentication flow.

    For details on how to configure a custom URL for the API Store, see Customize Cloud URLs.

    titleConfiguring a custom URL for API Publisher and Admin Apps

    To configure custom URLs for API Publisher and Admin apps, submit a support request as described in step 2. (WSO2 will support this through UIs in the future).

    Provide the following information to configure custom URLs :

    • Custom Domain

    • SSL Certificates
    • SSL Key and Chain Files

    You can always use the default cloud URLs and log in to your account for administrative tasks.

  4. Note that WSO2 informs you once the configurations are completed. You can create, publish, subscribe, and invoke APIs after completion.