1. Go to Connections > Applications.

    You can also search for applications, or narrow your search to a particular application type.


    The applications list also shows the system applications: the PingOne admin console, the PingOne application portal, and the PingOne self-service application.

    The Applications page shows a list of configured applications as well as the client ID and average daily sign-ons for each application.

  2. Optional: To go to the reporting page and run a report on the relevant authentication events, click the 12-week trend.

    For more information see Viewing sign-on statistics by application.

  3. To sort by application name, highest activity, or lowest activity, at the top of the application list, click Application Name.
  4. To open the Application Details panel for a particular application, click the application entry.

    The Application Details panel shows several tabs, but the tabs vary depending on the type of application. For example, only worker applications have the Roles tab. For more information about the different application types, see Applications.

    The Application Details panel could include the following tabs, depending on the type of application:

    General information about the application, such as application type, description, ID, and sign-on URL. See Editing an application.
    Configuration details that are specific to the type of application. For example, an OIDC (OpenID Connect) application shows the authorization URL and token endpoint, among others, and a SAML application shows the ACS URLs and SLO (single logout) endpoints, among others. See Editing an application.
    Scopes for the application. The Resources tab does not apply to SAML applications. See Resources.
    Authentication policies associated with the application. See Authentication policies for applications.
    Attribute mappings
    Associations between PingOne user attributes and SAML or OIDC attributes in the application. For example, Email Address in PingOne could be mapped to NameID in a SAML application. See Mapping attributes.
    Groups that can access the application. See Groups.
    Roles (Worker applications only)
    Role assignments for the application. Roles are used to assign permissions to a worker application. See Roles.
    Mobile (Native applications only)
    Push notification methods for the application, typically an authenticator application on a mobile device. See Editing an application - Native.