Activating One Login SSO

To activate single sign-on for One Login, log in to Narvar Hub, open the menu on the left, click Admin at the bottom of the menu, and select Security.

Once on the security page, scroll down to the section titled Single Sign-On, click on the Identity Provider drop-down menu, select SAML, and follow the steps below: 

  • Choose a name for the Display Name. Most retailers use their retailer name.
  • Copy the Narvar Hub Redirect URL for use in One Login.
  • Once you’ve copied the redirect URL, navigate to your One Login account.
  • Navigate to the administration section of One Login by clicking on Administration in the top right corner.
  • Expand the Applications menu and choose Applications.


  • Click Add App in the top right corner. 


  • On the Find Applications page, search for “saml custom” and choose the SAML Custom Connector (Advanced) result.
  • Change the name of the application to “Narvar Hub” and click Save.


  • Navigate to the Configuration menu item in the sidebar and paste the Narvar Hub Redirect URL you copied earlier into the following form fields:
    • Audience (EntityID)
    • Recipient
    • ACS (Consumer) URL Validator
    • ACS (Consumer) URL
  • Save your progress.


  • Navigate to the SSO menu item in the sidebar and copy the value from SAML 2.0 Endpoint (HTTP).


  • Paste the value into the Single Sign-On Service URL on the Hub Security page and Save.


You will now be able to login to Narvar Hub using your One Login credentials.

Using Single Sign-On

Navigate to Narvar Hub, click the Single Sign-On button, and type in your email address. If you are already logged in to One Login, you will be immediately logged in to Narvar Hub. If you are not logged in to One Login, you will first be asked to authenticate with One Login and then you will be redirected back to Hub.

Unsupported Features

One Login has an applications menu that lists applications users can login to. At this time, Narvar does not support logging in from this menu. Please follow the instructions above for Single Sign-On.

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