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Making the SSO in SalesForce Work


I have tried to create the SSO button ( in our SalesForce system; however, it doesn't seem to work.

I can get the button to show up in SalesForce; however once I click on it I get taken to at Atlassian Maintenance Message. What am I missing?

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Sep 05, 2012

With OnDemand, SSO is only available between the applciations in the OnDemand suite. The customware doc that you linked is only going to work with the download/Behind-the-Firewall versions of Confluence (and the guide looks to be on point for that application).

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