The Base URL is created by an organization's technical team. The technical team, according to your current SSO setup, can edit your SSO code accordingly and provide the correct Base URL to use for your portal. You’ll need to set up and know your SSO Base URL before Deep Linking can function. For more information on setting up a Base URL with your technical team, please review the Creating a Base URL and Activating Deep Linking guide. See Deep Linking - Creating a Base URL and Activating.
The Base URL tab on the Deep Link page lists the base URLs that are configured by the administrator. From this page, administrators can add and edit base URLs.
To access the Deep Link page, go to.
|PERMISSION NAME||PERMISSION DESCRIPTION||CATEGORY|
|Deep Link: Manage||Allows administrator to define the Base URL for all SSO module links. This permission cannot be constrained. This is an administrator permission.||Core Administration|
|Deep Link: View Modules||Allows administrator to view the deep links URLs. This is an administrator permission.||Core Administration|
Add Base URL
To add a base URL:
- Click the link. This adds a blank row to the top of the Base URL table.
- Define the following required information for the base URL:
- Title - Enter the title, up to 200 characters.
- Availability - Define the availability criteria for the URL. Click the drop-down to select an organizational unit (OU), a specific user, or all employees. Check the Include Subordinate box to include subordinates of the OU or user.
- Link - Enter the base URL. This field has no character limit.
- Click the Save icon to save the base URL. Or, click the Cancel icon to cancel adding the base URL.
Once the base URL is saved, the row can be dragged and dropped to define the rank in which the OUs are applied.
Base URL Table
The following information displays in the table:
When a user clicks a link that no longer exists because the link has expired or the link has been deleted from the Deep Link page, the user is navigated to the portal's Welcome page, which displays a link expiration message. The expiration message is hardcoded and displays "The page you are looking for is no longer available."