Use the OAuth Server > IdP Adapter Mapping configuration to map values obtained from the authentication source into the persistent grants. The USER_KEY attribute is the identifier of the persistent grants. The USER_NAME attribute presents the name shown to the resource owner on OAuth user-facing pages. If extended attributes are defined on the OAuth Server > Authorization Server Settings screen, configure a mapping for each as well. You can optionally set up datastore queries to supplement values returned from the source. This mapping configuration is suitable for the Authorization Code and Implicit grant types.

  • To create a mapping, select the source of the attributes from the list and click Add Mapping.
  • To modify an existing mapping, select it by its name under Mappings.
  • To remove an existing mapping or to cancel the removal request, click Delete or Undelete under Action.

    Before removing a mapping from your configuration, ensure that it is not used by your OAuth use cases. In addition, any corresponding entries defined in the OAuth Server > Access Token Mapping screen will also be removed.