This article gathers all the topic Authentication within Vulcan. You can find it in the platform under the Settings page.
1. Single sign-on (SSO)
To configure SSO in Vulcan, follow these steps:
Generate a metadata .xml file in your SSO provider’s platform
Upload the metadata file.
Note - To disable SSO in Vulcan, simply remove the metadata .xml file.
2. API Token
Use an API token to authenticate with our platform by generate it from your Vulcan account:
Click “Generate token” to generate an OAuth 2 token.
Choose an expiation date
Copy and paste the token in the appropriate location on your end.
For security reasons it isn't possible to view the token after navigate from the authentication tab. if necessary, generate a new token.
Keep the token secretly, just as for any password.
The token's expiration date is 1 year from creation by default.