This configuration procedure covers the following:

  1. Enabling PingFederate roles and protocols
  2. Creating a password credential validator
  3. Configuring an IdP adapter
  4. Defining the default scope
  5. Creating an access token manager
  6. Configuring an IdP adapter mapping
  7. Configuring an access token mapping
  8. Creating an OpenID Connect policy
  9. Creating a resource server client
  10. Creating a web session client
  11. Creating and exporting a certificate

These steps assume you have installed PingFederate 10.1. If you are using an earlier version of PingFederate, the steps might differ. The example assumes that your PingFederate instance is available at https://<mypingfedserver>, using ports 9031 and 9999 respectively for the runtime and administration functions.

These steps assume you have installed PingAccess 6.1. If you are using an earlier version of PingAccess, the steps might differ. This example assumes that your PingAccess instance is available at https://<mypingaccessserver> and that 3000 is the default listening port.