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What logout URL to use for Salesforce integration?


Hi. I am using AM for Salesforce integration and am wondering what
loguout url to use so that when users log out of salesforce, it hits
this url to log out of the session at AM. The Salesforce site is
obviously not on one of our servers, so I did not configure a reverse
proxy for it (and therefore cannot use the logout url that looks like
http://<mydomain>/<myreverseproxy>/AGLogout .

Any help is appreciated.

-Andrew


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ndrw_cheung;230514 Wrote:
> Hi. I am using AM for Salesforce integration and am wondering what
> loguout url to use so that when users log out of salesforce, it hits
> this url to log out of the session at AM. The Salesforce site is
> obviously not on one of our servers, so I did not configure a reverse
> proxy for it (and therefore cannot use the logout url that looks like
> http://<mydomain>/<myreverseproxy>/AGLogout .
>
> Any help is appreciated.
>
> -Andrew


So if there's no AG, that implies you're doing SAML with the NAM IDP And
SalesForce IDP (okay so the NAM IDP is really functioning as a SAML SP)

IF that's the case, then the metadata file from SalesForce should've had
a SSOLogout URL parameter somewhere in there, I would think.

This article is a little old, but maybe it'll shed some light?

http://tinyurl.com/3ulgfuf


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Hi, kjhurni. To clarify, I'm doing NAM as IDP and Salesforce as SP. I
looked at the metadata from Salesforce and there is no logout URL
information. Furthermore, in the Salesforce configuration page, the
"Identity Provider Logout URL" field is the value which I need to fill
out (i.e. the answer to my original post is what I need to put in for
this field at Salesforce).

-Andrew


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ndrw_cheung;230528 Wrote:
> Hi, kjhurni. To clarify, I'm doing NAM as IDP and Salesforce as SP. I
> looked at the metadata from Salesforce and there is no logout URL
> information. Furthermore, in the Salesforce configuration page, the
> "Identity Provider Logout URL" field is the value which I need to fill
> out (i.e. the answer to my original post is what I need to put in for
> this field at Salesforce).
>
> -Andrew


I'm not sure if this will affect your AG Logout or not:

http://tinyurl.com/mvowwul

There's a section there that mentions local logout and gives the URL for
the NAM Identity Server Logout


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