Configuring OpenID Connect for AFAS.

This guide provides the steps required to configure OpenID Connect for AFAS, and includes the following sections:

Prerequisites

Before stating the configuration, first make sure you can log in, in the AFAS Online Portal as the portal administrator with regard to single sign-on.
Please follow the 'Recording the Profit administrator for the protal' paragraph here to set this up correctly.

Configure Okta

In the sign-on tab select OpenID Connect.
Copy the client Secret. In Advanced sign-on settings fill in the Afas Tenant ID.

Settings in Okta

The tile generated by this application will start "https://login.afasonline.com/<afas tenant>". If you want to link to another page, do not display the application icon, instead create a bookmark application with the preferred url.

Configure AFAS

  1. Go to afasonline.nl.
  2. Sign on as administrator using two-factor authorisation.
  3. Go to tab: Management -> Identity Provider.
    • Type select: OpenID Connect
    • Description: Okta OpenID Identity Provider
    • OpenID Connect URL Configuration: https://<your base okta url>/.well-known/openid-configuration
    • Client ID: <your client id>
    • Client secret: <the value copied in Configure Okta>
    • Scopes: profile
    • Claim: preferred_username
    • Allow signing on using AFAS Identity Provider: No, users must always sign on using this Identity Provider.
    IdP Settings in AFAS
  4. Go to tab: Management -> Single Sign On.
    1. For each application, select the identity provider you want to user: the Okta OpenID Identity Provider or the standard AFAS Identity Provider.
    2. Click Test to test the Identity Provider.
  5. Enter the UPN for an administrator.
    1. Login to Profit.
    2. Go to General -> Management -> Auhorisation tool.
    3. Open the properties of the user.
    4. Enter the UPN (in most cases this is the work email of the users).
    5. Click on OK.
  6. Test the sign-on method using the administrator.
    1. Assign the administrator to the App in Okta.
    2. Have the administrator click on the AFAS tile in the Okta dashboard.
    3. Notice the administrator is loggied in to AFAS.
  7. Enter the UPN for all users.
    • The UPN of the users must be entered before they can sign on using single sign-on.
    • If you are doing this for a limited number of users, enter the UPNs manually. See for an explanation the section above: Enter the UPN for an administrator.
    • If you have a large number of users for whom the UPN field must be entered, you can import them through the import ‘User entry’. See Importing users.

Known Issues/Troubleshooting