We are pleased to announce to our community that QA Touch is now integrated with OKTA SSO.

Single Sign-On is a property of user identity and system access management. This enables the user to authenticate and access multiple systems with a single ID. The Okta Authentication API provides operations to authenticate users, perform multi-factor enrollment and verification, recover forgotten passwords, and unlock accounts.

We have an array of other integrations JIRA, JIRA Server, Slack, GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, Trello, Assembla, Bugzilla, QA Touch API, Youtrack, Redmine

We need to create an Okta developer account to create an application setup specific to your QA Touch domain. After activating the developer account, login in the newly created developer account and create APPlication in the below URL: https://developer.okta.com/.

The steps to integrate with SSO are as follows:

  1. How to Create an OKTA SSO Client Credentials.
  2. Mapping the Credential detail to QA Touch

How to create an OKTA SSO Client Credentials

The steps to create an application are mentioned below

  1. Login to OKTA developer account.
  2. Click the Application in the top section.
  3. Click the “Add Application” button
  4. The page is redirected to “Create New Application”. Then select the “Web” section and click the next button.
  5. The page is redirected to “Application Setting”, we need to fill the form detail.
  6. Base URL : https://(xxxx).qatouch.com/
  7. Please enter login redirect URL as per below : https://(xxxx).qatouch.com/login/okta/callback
  8. Logout : https://(xxxx).qatouch.com/
  9. Group assignments: Everyone
  10. Grant type allowed: Authorization Code (Please Select)
  11. Note : (xxxx) is your qatouch domain.
  12. In the final step, click the Done button.

The below snapshots show the steps to access the avatar.

okta_application

okta- Applications

create_application

Application-setup

The Application created Client Credentials is generated.

Application_list

generaltab

Application -> General tab

ClientCredential

Mapping the Client Credential detail to QA Touch

  1. Login to QA Touch as an Administrator.
  2. Click the Administration → Site setting → SSO Setting.
  3. Please select the OKTA in the dropdown
  4. Enter OKTA Client ID, Client Secret Key,
  5. OKTA Base URL – Please enter your OKTA domain URL. Example https://xxxxxxxx.okta.com
  6. Click the Submit button.
  7. After a successful configuration, the OKTA login button visible in the QA Touch login page.

OKTA Base URL –

sso_baseurl

 

Administration → Site Setting Navigation

QATouch-menu

SSO_setting

After successful configuration, the status becomes connected

loginpage

 

We hope this blog helped you to understand how to create OKTA client application details and mapped to QA Touch.

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Premnath M

Premnath M

Premnath comes with 7+ years of developer experience in building enterprise scale solutions. Whenever we have a new technology making rounds, we can see Premnath exploring it and implementing it across a wider spectrum. Being passionate PHP enthusiast, self-proclaimed Laravel fan boy and a Magento certified developer, Premnath has played a crucial role in building the architecture of QA Touch.

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