PingCentral has been tested with PingFederate 9.2.x, 9.3.x, 10.0.x and 10.1.x, serving as both the OpenID provider and OAuth 2 authorization server. This section provides tips for integrating PingCentral into an existing OIDC 1.0 SSO infrastructure using PingFederate as the OpenID provider.


As long as an OpenID provider is able to provide the endpoints and claims required by PingCentral (most notably the user name and role), other OpenID Connect 1.0 providers, such as PingOne for Customers, can also be used.

This section doesn't provide all of the details of setting up access token managers, OIDC policies, or attribute contracts because these topics are complex and often specific to a customer environment.