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Recently, there have been questions from customers, partners and the community asking for comparisons between Joget Workflow and Microsoft SharePoint. Actually, the two products are not competing, but in fact complement each other.
This article describes how SSO can be achieved using Active Directory Federation Services (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb897402.aspx), which supports the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) standard.
Configuring Joget Workflow SharePoint SSO
The appendices provide some resources on installing and configuring these pre-requisites.
ii. Configure SAML for Joget Workflow
- On the Issuance Transform Rules tab, click Add Rule.
- On the Select Rule Template page, select Send LDAP Attributes as Claims. Click Next.
- On the Configure Rule page, type the name of the claim rule in the Claim rule name field e.g. User Attributes.
- From the Attribute Store drop-down list, select Active Directory.
In the Mapping of LDAP attributes to outgoing claim types section, key in the following mappings:
Outgoing Claim Type
- Click Finish, and then click OK.
- At this point, the SSO should be operational. Test the login by accessing the the AD FS login page e.g. https://windows.local/adfs/ls/idpinitiatedsignon.aspx
- Select the appropriate site e.g. Joget Workflow and click on Sign in.
- Login to SharePoint using your AD account
- On successful login, you should be automatically logged into Joget Workflow
- Options for installing Joget Workflow:
- Install On-Premise: https://dev.joget.org/community/display/KBv5/Installation Installation Guide
- Install on Docker: https://dev.joget.org/community/display/KBv5/Joget+Workflow+on+DockerInstall on OpenShift: https://dev.joget.org/community/display/KBv5/Joget+Workflow+on+ Joget Workflow on Docker
- Install on Joget Workflow on OpenShift
- Sign up for Joget Workflow On-Demand: https://cloud.joget.com