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Connecting Confluence - On Demand to OneLogin.

Looking for how to connect Confluence - On Demand to OneLogin. I can't see where to access or how to enable the use of third party auth providers such as OneLogin. Any guidance would be appreciated. Thanks

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I don't think you can do this. OnDemand has it's own internal login system, and you can't replace that with an external one.

If it provides some sort of layer that effectively logs in silently and redirects you, then that would work. It wouldn't need hooking up to OnDemand then, as it's external. But it's still OnDemand doing it's own authorisation and account handling behind it.

You might want to contact Atlassian or OneLogin about supporting this, if no-one else here can help!

Its a bit confusing as within OneLogin you can choose Confluence-OnDemand as a supported application of its service. I just don't see the corresponding options within the admin interface of Confluence-OnDemand. Is this one of those features that only Atlassian can access or configure?

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