Note: May 23, 2017 The UC1 connector has been deprecated for new apps. Please search the catalog for and use Generic Connector (UC2) instead.
If you don't want to use OneLogin's custom connector wizard, you can add a custom connector by using the UC1 Connector as a template.
Note: The UC1 Connector does not support apps whose login forms use Flash. This connector and this article are provided as a courtesy to our customers who are responsible for creating and maintaining custom connectors.
- Go to Apps > Add Apps.
- Search for and select UC1.
On the initial Configuration page:
- Change the display name to the name you want to see on your OneLogin portal page.
- Choose whether this is a Personal or Organization App.
- Click Save to add the app and display additional configuration tabs.
On the new Configuration tab, add your app's login page information.
In this example, we'll add the app
- Enter a Protocol of http or https.
- Enter the Fully Qualified Domain Name without a trailing slash or subdirectories.
- Enter the path to the login page in the URL Path field.
Note: You can use the Reporter and Form Number fields to help with troubleshooting when there are multiple forms on the app login page and the UC1 connector misidentifies them, filling in the wrong form. Run the reporter (login page analyzer) to identify the correct form number for populating the data. Form numbers start at 0. When you first install this connector leave both of these fields blank (empty).
On the Parameters tab, map app attributes to OneLogin attributes.
The default parameters map the app Password and Username fields to OneLogin values of - No default -. Keep these settings to allow end-users to edit their app usernames and passwords themselves. You have the option to map Username to alternate OneLogin user attribute values, such as Email or AD ID.
To change the Username attribute, click the Username row to open the Edit Field Username dialog. Then select the new attribute (such as Email) from the Value drop-down and click Save.
For information about how to perform additional configurations for this app, see Configuring Apps.
Click Save when you are through configuring the application.
The app now appears in your company catalog or personal apps list (depending on your app configuration.).