Dev Overview of SCIM
The System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) aims to simplify user provisioning and management in the cloud by defining two standards:
A canonical user schema
A RESTful API for all necessary user management operations
OneLogin currently supports SCIM 1.1 and SCIM 2.0.
Why Adopt SCIM for My App?
You don’t need to reinvent the wheel by creating your own user provisioning and management schema and APIs—just leverage the standards defined by SCIM.
Also, enabling SCIM for your app increases its potential user base by making it easy for enterprise admins to provision their users to it.
Here’s a high-level view of the journey your app takes in OneLogin from development through to being provisioned to users’ OneLogin Portals:
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StackOverflow discussions about "scim"
Asked Apr 11 2017
Our backend server doesn't support HTTP PATCH method (only PUT). As the result we cannot properly Unassign User from SCIM app.When I try Unassign User, Okta SCIM seems make PATCH request (not...
Asked May 05 2013
The SCIM standard was created to simplify user management in the cloud by defining a schema for representing users and groups and a REST API for all the necessary CRUD operations.It is intended to...
Asked Dec 03 2015
As a newcomer to the SCIM (System for Cross-domain Identity Management) standard, please excuse any ignorance as I'm on the learning curve trying to figure out how to make clean/simple requests to...
Asked Jul 25 2015
I am using IS 5.0 and I deleted a group named 'developer' in wso2 IS using SCIM service but entry not deleted from table IDN_SCIM_GROUP. when get the details of same user i got...
Asked Aug 12 2016
How can I apply XACML access control policies against the Identity Server's very own SCIM API? My idea is that I want the user to be able to access the user's SCIM endpoint (list endpoint), but it...