Follow the sections in this guide to set up Custom OIDC SSO.

  • Go to the console of your preferred custom OIDC SSO provider
  • Create an OIDC client application with implicit flow enabled to get a client ID.
  • Navigate to your preferred OIDC provider console and create an OIDC client application.
  • Generate client ID and secret key in JSON format.

After the applying these steps, you can update the configuration of your deployment:

After everything has been set up, you will need to configure your workflows if you are running them via the metadata CLI or with any custom scheduler.

When setting up the YAML config for the connector, update the workflowConfig as follows:

    hostPort: 'http://localhost:8585/api'
    authProvider: custom-oidc
      clientId: '{your_client_id}'
      secretKey: '{your_client_secret}'
      domain: '{your_domain}'

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