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Jitterbit supports single sign-on (SSO) for Autodesk using OAuth 2.0. This page shows how to set up Autodesk as an Identity Provider and obtain the Client ID and Client Secret needed for Setting Up SSO in Jitterbit. After SSO is configured in both Autodesk and Jitterbit, members of your Jitterbit org will be able to use their Autodesk credentials to log in to Jitterbit.

TIP: For additional information, see Autodesk documentation on API Basics.
  1. Log in to the Autodesk Dev Portal.

    CAUTION: In order to set up SSO in Jitterbit, your Autodesk username must match your Harmony email address. See additional requirements in Setting Up SSO in Jitterbit.
  2. Go to My Apps and click the Create App button. You will need to create an app for each Harmony client:
    • WMC: This selection applies to the Harmony Portal (including API Manager, Citizen Integrator, Management Console).

      NOTE: Although the user interface refers to WMC, the former name for the Management Console, when you select WMC as the Harmony client, this configuration applies to all of the web-based products accessible via the Harmony Portal, including the API Manager, Citizen Integrator, and Management Console.
    • Studio: This selection applies to Design Studio versions 8.24 and later.
    For each app, provide an App Name that will be visible to users when they authenticate with Autodesk to log in to Jitterbit (for example, Harmony Portal or Design Studio). Enter the Callback URL depending on your region (see Finding My Region):
  3. Upon clicking Create App, your OAuth Client ID and Client Secret will be provided. These will be required when Setting Up SSO in Jitterbit.
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Last updated:  May 12, 2018

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