A good template configuration should include meaningful defaults that will make sense across specific types of applications and if possible, reference authentication policies via policy contracts.
  1. Select Templates to see a list of available templates.
  2. Click Add Template, select the type of template you want to create from the initial screen (OAuth or OIDC), and click Next.
  3. Select the PingFederate environment that hosts the client application you want to use as a template, and then select the application itself from the Client list.

    Details regarding the selected client display.Example of the Select OAuth Client screen, which shows that when you select a client, details regarding that client display in the window.

  4. To see the JSON for the application, click Review Configuration.
  5. On the last page of the wizard, add a name and description for your template. This information will help application owners select the appropriate template.
  6. Select an icon to represent your template. The icon you choose will display with the template name and description.
  7. Click Save and Close.

    You will see the new template in the list of available application templates.Application owners will see the new template on the Select Template page, as shown in the following example.
    Example of the Select Template screen, which lists the templates available for application owners to use.