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Logging in programmatically for SSO purposes.

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I'd like an SSO-type setup such that when users log into my third party SaaS, called Impexium, hosted on a subdomain, they will also be logged in to their Confluence account.

Is this possible via the Crowd API or other means?

Thanks

 

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Gaurav Atlassian Team Jun 20, 2019

Hi @Aakash Lakhotia ,

It is certainly possible, Crowd exposes REST APIs to authenticate users and maintain their SSO sessions, for more details look into Crowd's REST API Documentation

You would have to develop a plugin or capability in your third party tool to integrate with Crowd REST APIs

 

Thanks,

Gaurav

Thanks for the info.

I've got the API working in Postman. Once my user logs into the third party app, I can run js to make the required API calls to login their Confluence account.

Could you help point me into the right direction on how to go about doing that?

@Gaurav 

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