Managing members with SCIM provisioning

Modified 2 years ago


Understanding SCIM

System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM v2.0) is a specification of a REST-like protocol for unidirectional user provisioning over HTTP. In the SCIM protocol, the central identity management system is called the identity provider (IdP) and the third-party application is called a service provider.

By configuring your existing IdP, you can take advantage of automatic account provisioning in Kissflow. To use provisioning, you’ll need to create a connector app alongside a supported identity provider.

Managing members

SCIM provisioning allows Account Owners, Super Admins, and User Admins to manage members more efficiently. Here’s what you can do with SCIM sync:

  • Create or deactivate a user
  • Create or delete a user group
  • Update user attributes
  • Add or remove users from a user group

Setting up user provisioning

The SCIM provisioning setup will vary based on the IdP you use. Here’re the ones we support:

Members added through SCIM are assigned a license and activated as soon as they sign in for the first time. The cost of a new user account will be adjusted pro-rata for the remainder of your current billing cycle.

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