Google Workspace SAML setup
Enable your Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) users to access Trelica with Single-Sign-On (SSO).
Select Web and mobile apps.
Click Add App and select Add custom SAML app.
Click Option 1: Download Metadata to download the Google IDP metadata. This is a file which tells Trelica how to configure the Google Workspace SAML connection:
The next step involves putting the IDP metadata you downloaded from Google Workspace into Trelica.
Click New. The New SAML Identity Provider dialog is displayed.
In the Name field enter Google Workspace and ensure the Metadata type is set to Metadata.
Open the IDP metadata that you downloaded from Google Workspace in a text editor (e.g. Notepad or Visual Studio Code), and cut
Ctrl + Xand paste
Ctrl+ Vthe contents of the file into the Metadata field.
Leave Trelica open in another tab, and go back to Google Workspace and click Continue to move to the third step, Service Provider Details.
For this step you will need the ACS URL and the Entity ID from Trelica. You can see these on the Users Settings page:
Click the copy icons next to each of the URLs in Trelica to copy them to the clipboard. Go back to the Google Workspace tab and paste
Ctrl + Vthem in to the applicable fields.
Under the Name ID section make sure the Name ID Format is set to EMAIL and the Name ID is set to Basic information > Primary email.
Using the Add Mapping button, add two attributes:
Your new application will appear in Google Workspace. Click through on the Trelica application in the table.
Use the User access section to enable the Trelica SSO link and assign it to users.
Click Test SAML login to test that the connection is working.
If any settings are wrong then you can come back at any point and modify them here.
We recommend assigning Trelica to a test user account.
Click the Trelica icon. After a short pause, you should be automatically logged in to Trelica.