Configure Single Sign on Across Multiple Salesforce Orgs

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn― benjamin franklin

I would like to involve you to learn how we can allow our users to log in across multiple Salesforce orgs using single sign-on (SSO) credentials.

Let’s take a look into the advantages of having single sign on.

  • We spend less time managing passwords.
  • Our employees save time when they don’t have to manually log in to Salesforce.
  • More people use Salesforce. Users can send out links to Salesforce records and reports, and their recipients can open them in a single click.
  • We can manage access to sensitive information from one place.

Salesforce offers the following ways to use SSO.

  • Federated authentication using Security Assertion Markup Language
  • Delegated authentication (Integrate authentication with your LDAP server or use a token instead of a password for authentication)
  • External Authentication providers- Salesforce uses the user’s login credentials from the external service provider to establish authentication credentials. (Google, PayPal, and LinkedIn)
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Configure Salesforce Developer Experience (SFDX) on Visual Studio Code


posterIn this blog, I would like to share the steps for configuring Salesforce Developer Experience (SFDX) in my favourite code editor Visual Studio Code for enabling Source Driven Development model. Salesforce DX supports the traditional application development experience with debugging (specifically on apex), CLI (Command Line Interface) Support along with Visual Studio Code.

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