We are pleased to announce that you can integrate Market Dojo with SAML. SAML (Security Access Markup Language) is widely used to provide Single Sign On across different applications.
Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is an open standard that allows identity providers (for example Okta, or Ping Identity) to pass authorisation credentials to service providers like Market Dojo.
By integrating with SAML, users can sign on to Market Dojo using their existing credentials. It helps IT teams to manage which users have access and is helpful when people join or leave their organisation.
The rest of this guide explains how to use SAML with Market Dojo.
In this example we will use Ping Identity, but instructions will be similar for other solutions (e.g. Okta)
First of all, ensure that you have an administrator account with Ping
Go to your company Ping Identity Portal
Find the 'Connections'
Click 'Add Application’, choose ‘Web App’ and then select the ‘SAML’ option
Give the application a name, description and choose an icon.
On the next page, choose the option to import metadata, import from URL. Enter the url as follows:-
Fill out the field ASSERTION VALIDITY DURATION (IN SECONDS)
Fill out the field TARGET APPLICATION URL as follows:
Click Save and Continue
On the next page, it is not necessary to map additional fields
Toggle the option to enable the new application
Go to the Configuration tab of the Application and make a note of
- IDP Metadata url
Login to your Market Dojo account
Go to the Admin>Integrations page
Click +SAML, and enter the settings you noted in the previous step
IDP Metadata url is entered into URL
(note that either URL or XML Configuration File are entered. If you are using the XML file this should be the full text contents of the file, not a link to it.)
Ensure that you enable SAML as a permitted option for sign-in
Logout of Market Dojo
Go to the login page (be sure to use your white label domain)
You should see an option ‘Sign in with SAML, click it
If everything is configured correctly, you will be logged in