- Log in to WSO2 API Cloud. Click Configure > External Users.
- 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
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
api.cloud.wso2.com/publisher, which does not have a custom header, is executed with the default authentication flow. But,
api.customdomain.organization.com/publisherhas 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.
Info title Configuring 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 :
- SSL Certificates
- SSL Key and Chain Files
You can always use the default cloud URLs and log in to your account for administrative tasks.
- Note that WSO2 informs you once the configurations are completed. You can create, publish, subscribe, and invoke APIs after completion.