A good template configuration includes meaningful defaults that make sense for many different PingAccess applications.

  1. To see a list of available templates, select Templates .
  2. Click Add Template.
  3. From the Integration Type page, select PingAccess. Click Next.
  4. On the Select PingAccess Application page, from the Environment list, select the PingAccess environment that hosts the application you want to use as a template, and then from the Application list, select the application.
    The application details display next to the Application list.
    This example shows the information that displays when a Web + API application is selected on the Select PingAccess Application page. A This information includes Description, Virtual Hosts, Context Root, Application Type, Destination Type, Site, Access Validation, Web Session, Client ID, API Identity Mapping, Web Identity Mapping, Resources, and Rules.
  5. To see the JSON for the PingAccess application, click Review Configuration.
  6. On the Name Template page, add a name and description for your template.

    This information helps application owners select the appropriate template.

  7. Select an icon to represent your template.

    The icon you choose displays with the template name and description.

  8. Click Save and Close.
    The new template appears in the list of available application templates. Application owners can see the new template on the Select Template page.
    A screen capture showing the Select Template page, which lists the templates available for application owners to use. The displayed available templates are Public Application, Internal Application (and Partners), Access Control Policy, Existing Application. Public Application is an OpenID Connect template. Internal Application (and Partners) is an OAuth template. Access Control Policy is a PingAccess template. The screen capture also shows a tip bar for how to choose the right template.