OneLogin setup

To authenticate this connector, you need a OneLogin credential pair of Client ID and Client Secret. Find more information on how to obtain these credentials in OneLogin’s Working with API credentials documentation.

Cyclr setup

To set up the OneLogin connector in Cyclr, go to your Cyclr Console.

  1. Select Connectors > Application Connector Library at the top of the page.

  2. Use the search box to find the OneLogin connector.

  3. Select the Setup Required icon.

  4. Enter your Client ID and Client Secret.

  5. Enter your OneLogin sub domain. You can find the domain in your OneLogin frontend URL just before .onelogin.com. For example, if your frontend URL is https://testing-dev.onelogin.com/portal, your sub domain would be testing-dev.

  6. Select Save Changes.

Additional information

Generate fields for the Create App method

The Create App method accepts a wide range of possible request parameters beyond what’s mapped as standard in Cyclr. You can map these fields manually, or you can generate the fields based on an existing application. To generate fields:

  1. Go to the Edit Connector page for the OneLogin connector.
  2. Under the Methods & Fields heading, find and select the Get App Template method.
  3. Specify the template app you want to use, and run this method.
  4. Copy the returned JSON script under Return Value.
  5. Under the Methods & Fields heading, find and select the Create App method.
  6. In the Request Fields section, find and select the red magnifying glass icon.
  7. Paste the copied JSON script into the Sample Data box.
  8. Select Generate.

This process maps the possible request fields so they’re ready to use when you create a new application.

Map custom fields for the List Users and Get User methods

The List Users and Get User methods can return custom attributes if the’re available. To map these in the response, map a custom field to the attribute’s location:

  1. Go to the Edit Connector page for the OneLogin connector.
  2. Under the Methods & Fields heading, find and select the List Users or Get User method.
  3. In the Request Fields section, find and select the red plus icon.
  4. For List Users, set the field location to [].custom_attributes.attributeName where attributeName is the returned custom attribute.
  5. For Get User, instead use the location custom_attributes.attributeName.
  6. Give the field an appropriate Display Name and Description.
  7. Set the Data Type to the expected returned data type.
  8. Select Create.

This process means returned custom attributes map onto all steps that call these methods.

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