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Data Center SAML SSO - REST API TOKEN and Revoke user sessions Edited


We have the built-in  SSO Auth enabled for Jira (Data center). Using Keycloak as an IDP and SAML as an integration protocol. We would like to manage/revoke Jira Rest api token from the IDP. is this possible? 

Also are Personal Access Tokens will still work once we enabled SAML SSO? 


Also, How can we revoke users session when we are using SAML?




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Alexis Robert Community Leader Apr 08, 2021

Hi @Reab , 


this is possible since Jira 8.14 and will also help admin manage and revoke user tokens :

Personal Access Token will bypass the SAML SSO authentication.


Let me know if this helps, 



Thanks Alexis

Does it also bypass OIDC SSO authentication? 

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