Search…
SDK and Frameworks
Single Sign-On (SSO)

How to Login to DecisionRules using Single Sign-On (SSO)

If your organization has the single sign-on (SSO) option enabled, on the Login page click on the “SSO” link at the bottom.
How to login to DecisionRules using Single Sign-On (SSO)
Next, provide your email address with the SSO of your organization.
DecisionRules Single Sign-On (SSO) Login Form
Enter your corporate email. You will be redirected to your provider's webpage to enter your credentials - Username and Password. After you have successfully entered them and logged in, will be redirected back to DecisionRules on your Dashboard.
If you already have an account with corporate email, and the provider is in our database, there will be no change for you.

Is the single sign-on feature available for all customers?

The single sign-on feature (SSO) is available for on-premise, private cloud and public cloud (large and higher) also for the current plans. To enable SSO for your organization, please contact us at [email protected]

What Identity Providers (IdP) does DecisionRules support?

DecisionRules SSO works with all Identity Providers that support the SAML 2.0 protocol.
  • Microsoft Azure AD
  • Okta
  • OneLogin
  • Ping Identity

How do I set up a single sign-on access for my organization?

The users can not set up the SSO by themselves, we need to add the underlying information into the database to make the SSO work.
For on-premise, you can refer to the guide.
Variable
Description
domain
domain in the email address
entryPoint
identity provider entry point
issuer
issuer string to supply to IdP
callBackUrl / Reply URL
It is the URL that which provider call with the callback. Need to be set up on the provider. Something like: api.decisionrules.io/saml/callback
cert
certificate
For more information contact us at [email protected]