You can use the Entrust connector to:

Setup

Resources

For information and setup help, see the following documentation:

Requirements

To use the connector, you'll need:

  • An Entrust license

Adding an application in Entrust

The connector needs an application ID to communicate with Entrust.

To get the application ID, complete the steps in "Integrate Authentication API with Identity as a Service" in the Entrust administrator documentation.

For a direct link to the documentation, modify the following URL: https://<your Entrust domain>/documentation/help/admin/index.htm#t=Resources%2FAdd_Authentication_API.htm

  1. For Source of Client IP Address for Risk Conditions, select From the incoming HTTP connection.
  2. Copy the Application ID. You'll use it when you set up the connector configuration.
  3. Configure a resource rule as described in the Entrust documentation.

Configuring the Entrust connector

Add the connector in DaVinci as shown in Adding a connector, then configure it as follows.

Connector configuration

Service Domain
Your Entrust domain. For example, "company.us.trustedauth.com".
Application ID
The ID of your Entrust application.

Using the connector in a flow

Authentication

A screen capture of the complete authentication flow.

This flow asks a user to authenticate with Entrust. It asks the user to enter their user ID in an HTML form, prompts them to select and complete a Entrust authentication method, then shows the results on an HTML page.

  1. Download the Entrust Authentication flow template. For help, see Using DaVinci flow templates.
  2. (Optional) Add transaction details:
    1. On the flow canvas, select the Authenticate (Entrust) node.
    2. On the General tab, in the Transaction Details section, add attributes as key-value pairs. These are sent to Entrust as part of the authentication process.
      Tip:

      You can dynamically populate values by clicking {} and selecting a variable from elsewhere in your flow.

  3. (Optional) Customize the default Authenticator Selection interface.
    A screen capture of the default authenticator selection interface.
    1. On the flow canvas, select the Authenticate (Entrust) node.
    2. On the Custom tab, in the Select Authenticator section, modify the HTML Template, CSS, and Script fields.
      Tip:
      • Click Switch View to see the HTML formatted with syntax highlighting.
      • Click the Maximize (A screen capture of the Maximize icon.) icon to give yourself more room to work.
      • To access a variety of useful tools, right-click the field when you're in syntax highlighting mode (dark background).
  4. (Optional) Modify the default OTP Input interface on the Custom tab.
    A screen capture of the default OTP input interface.
  5. (Optional) Modify the default Token Input interface on the Custom tab.
    A screen capture of the default token input interface.
  6. Test the flow.
    1. Click Save, Deploy, then Try Flow.
    2. On the Sign On page, enter your Entrust user ID, such as jsmith@example.com.
    3. Select your authentication method and complete the authentication process.
    4. See the result of the authentication process.

Capabilities

Authenticate

Authenticate users with Entrust.

Properties
User ID textField required

The unique ID of the user you want to authenticate.

Transaction Details keyValueList

Additional transaction details to send to Entrust.

Input Schema
default object
serviceDomain string required
applicationId string required
userId string required
Output Schema
output object
statusCode integer
rawResponse object