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First, we need to add Exivity to your Auth0 applications. Follow these steps:
    On the Auth0 dashboard, click the Applications menu item, and then the Create application button:
    Choose a descriptive name for your application, click the Single Page Web App button, and finally the Create button:
    On the application overview page, click the Settings tab:
    On this page, fill out the following details and click on the Save changes button:
Field
Value
Allowed Callback URLs
Exivity Entity ID / Metadata URL endpoint (see endpoints) and
Exivity Assertion Consumer Service endpoint (see endpoints)
Allowed Logout URLs
Exivity Single Logout Service endpoint (see endpoints)
    Click on the SAML2 addon button. On the Settings tab, fill out the following details and click the Save button:
Field
Value
Application callback URL
Exivity Entity ID / Metadata URL endpoint (see endpoints)
Settings
See below
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{
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"nameIdentifierProbes": [
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"http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2005/05/identity/claims/emailaddress",
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"http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2005/05/identity/claims/nameidentifier",
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"http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/ws/2005/05/identity/claims/name"
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],
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"logout": {
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"callback": "[Exivity Single Logout Service endpoint]"
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},
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"binding": "urn:oasis:names:tc:SAML:2.0:bindings:HTTP-Redirect"
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}
Copied!
Replace the text[Exivity Single Logout Service endpoint] with the Single Logout Service endpoint of your Exivity instance (see endpoints)
    Click on the Usage tab.
In a separate browser tab, open the Exivity SAML configuration (see configuration) and copy over the following settings:
Exivity SAML setting
Use value
Entity ID
Issuer
SSO URL
Identity Provider Login URL
SLO URL
Identity Provider Login URL, suffix with /logout
X-509 certificate
Download the certificate by clicking the Download Auth0 certificate link.
Open the .pem file with a text editor and remove
the text-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----, -----END CERTIFICATE-----
and all line breaks so you end up with a single-line base64 encoded string.
Advanced settings
{ "security": { "wantXMLValidation": false } }
    As the last step, enable Single Sign-On in Exivity by navigating to Administration > Settings and then clicking on the System tab. Make sure the Single Sign-On option is set to Enabled, and click the Update button:
SSO is now configured and enabled, and you can now use Auth0 to login to your Exivity instance. The login screen will look something like this:
And by clicking on the Login button, you'll be taken to the Auth0 login screen. Exivity will receive the Auth0 e-mail address and create a new user in the configured user group (see configuration) if no existing user is found.
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