Note: The SAML Custom Connector (Advanced) is the new name for the SAML Test Connector (Advanced) there is no need for those using SAML Test Connector (Advanced) to migrate to the SAML Custom Connector (Advanced).
The OneLogin SAML Custom Connector (Advanced) allows you to build a custom application connector for applications that are unavailable in the OneLogin catalog, e.g. internally developed apps used by your company.
The OneLogin SAML Custom Connector (Advanced) combines different configuration options from the previous SAML Custom Connectors. The configuration options were hard-coded in the previous connectors and weren't configurable. This connector instead provides users with the capacity to configure and customize all of these settings. Admins can use granular controls in the UI to create their own custom connector that meets their authentication requirements.
Navigate to Applications > Applications > Add Apps in the OneLogin administrator dashboard. Search for SAML Custom Connector (Advanced) and select the first result from the search results.
Specifies a URL the SP redirects the user to, once SSO completes. Relay State addresses deep linking.
If no value is entered, the app directs the user to the default home page.
Also used to preserve and convey the state information of the original entity.
In SP-initiated workflows the SP may include a RelayState parameter in the SAML request, if so that value in the request is honored and therefore overrides any value placed in this field.
In IdP-initiated workflows the value entered in this field will be used.
EntityID of the SP. This entity receives the SAML message that is generated by OneLogin. The SP provides this information.
|Recipient||Required when SP implementation expects and validates it.|
Endpoint that receives SAML assertion & matches the ACS URL. The Recipient URL improves security by ensuring the SAML response re