Turning On the Onyen Module in Drupal


  1. Email Jan Tax: tax@unc.edu ITS to have him setup what they need to. The following is an example of what you need to tell them.
    • Can we get this _ domain(s) added to accept SSO logins? We will be using simple saml and Drupal to handle the user provisioning and authorization. The sites will be hosted on CloudApps, but we need the CMS to handle the users. Please let me know if there is anything else that you need from me. https://your-website-address-here.sog.unc.edu
  2. They should send you back a reply that looks likes this:
  3. Add the following three fields as text fields to the user pages here: https://your-website-address-here.sog.unc.edu/admin/config/people/accounts/fields
    • Onyen
    • First Name
    • Last Name
  4. Turn on the module: ONYEN to authmap.
  5. Go here and activate the SimpleSAMLphp Auth Settings
    • https://your-website-address-here.sog.unc.edu/admin/config/people/simplesamlphp_auth
  6. Now add or replace the login on your site with the following: https://your-website-address-here.sog.unc.edu/saml_login
  7. Now test the new login link that you made.