Single Sign-On (SSO)
IntroductionOneLogin helps you to create secure smart identities for all Ganttic Users in your organization. OneLogin uses the SAML 2.0 protocol which is utilized by web browsers to enable Single Sign-On (SSO) through secure tokens, using standard cryptography and digital signatures to pass a secure sign-in token from an identity provider to a SaaS application (like Ganttic). You can log in with just a click using your organization's Ganttic subdomain (organization.ganttic.com). No passwords needed, simple and secure!
Must-know about this featureThis feature is available for PRO accounts only and is optional. In order to use it you have to create your organization's unique Ganttic subdomain, sign up for a OneLogin account and link it with Ganttic according to the instructions below.
Set up OneLogin SSO
- Create Account Subdomain Find instructions here.
- Log in to your OneLogin account Or create one here.
- Go to "Administration", search "Ganttic" and add it to your OneLogin app list Get visual guidelines here.
- In Ganttic, go to "Settings" > "SSO" Use the left sidebar.
- In OneLogin, go to "Applications" and select Ganttic from the list This will open additional configuration options for Ganttic.
- Click on "SSO" You can find it on the left menu.
- Click on "View Details" in the "X.509 Certificate" section This will reveal the certificate in full.
- Click on "Copy to Clipboard" You can find it on the right hand side.
- Go back to Ganttic > Settings > SSO and paste the certificate to the corresponding section
- Return to OneLogin > Applications > Ganttic > SSO and copy "SAML2.0 Endpoint (HTTP)"
- Paste the URL into corresponding section in Ganttic > Settings > SSO
- Return to OneLogin > Applications > Ganttic > SSO and copy "Issuer URL"
- Paste the URL into corresponding section in Ganttic > Settings > SSO Click on "Save" below.
- Click "OK" to confirm
Subdomains are necessary to link OneLogin (SAML 2.0) and other Single Sign-On (SSO) options with Ganttic but you can also use this for the sake of customization alone and continue using the subdomain with regular username and password option. Using subdomains is optional if you don't want to use the SSO options.
This has to be the OneLogin account owner.
- Each time you go to the subdomain to sign in you will see the OneLogin SSO option
You have to be signed in to OneLogin. If you aren't then you will be prompted to do so on the go.