Questions tagged [jit-handler]

Custom logic for user provisioning during SAML single sign-on

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Salesforce community SAML SSO not working for users created through manually

SAML SSO to community is failing for users with error. I am using the Standard provisioning(not the custom JIT handler) ErrorCode=5&ErrorDescription=Unable+to+create+user&ErrorDetails=...
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Just-in-Time Provisioning for Communities Mixed DML Error

We are trying to implement Just-in-Time Provisioning for Communities using custom handler class. There are 3 scenarios When Contact with the provided email (Federation ID) exist in salesforce and ...
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Mixed DML Exeption error in JIT provisioning for Salesforce

I am facing Mixed DML exception error in our apex class for JIT provisioning for community user. //This class provides logic for inbound just-in-time provisioning of single sign-on users in your ...
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Error creating a contact from Just In Time (JIT) handler

I am getting this error below when trying to create a contact inside the JIT handler. I have searched the web and am not finding anything about an Org not having permissions to do something. 10:12:...
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How to make inactive user status active when the user tries to login using SSO by changing custom JIT Handler code

//This class provides logic for inbound just-in-time provisioning of single sign-on users in your Salesforce organization. //This is the second version which differs from the original in that it works ...
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Really stuck & need some help creating Apex Test class for JIT Class (Auth.SamUtiHandler)

Stuck creating Test Class for Custom Just In Time Handler (Auth.SamlJitHandler) I am doing a PoC and have implemented a custom handler for JIT - see below global class CustomJITRegHandler implements ...
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Customizing SAML JIT Handler

The Requirement is to enable SSO for all users and if the user is a new user then create an account for the user and seamlessly redirect the user to the community page from the login page. Now I ...