SCIM FAQs

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Here’s a step-by-step guide that explains how to enable SCIM for your Contentstack organization and manage user provisioning through OneLogin as your identity provider (IdP).

To enable SCIM, however, the following things need to be in place:

  • SCIM must be part of your Contentstack plan
  • You must either be an owner or admin of the organization

Currently, we support SCIM for OneLogin. We plan to add support for other IdPs soon.

The endpoint to edit user details is not supported. Considering that users can be members of more than one organization in Contentstack, we do not support an organization to edit user details such as their name or email address.

However, to change users’ organization role, you can use the Contentstack app and follow the steps mentioned in this Change Organization Role of Existing Users guide.

If you deprovision users via IdP, they will no longer be a part of the respective Contentstack organization. However, those users will still have access to the Contentstack account.

If a user belongs to multiple groups, he/she will get the highest order of permission on the organization and stack(s). For example, user1 belongs to group1 and group2, and these groups have the following set of permissions:

In this case, user1 will be the admin of the organization and have the “Developer” and "Content manager" roles in all the stacks.

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