To enable the integration using the Auth0 native Okta integration OIDC, we only require the following information:

  • Okta Domain: The domain refers to the URL or domain name associated with your SSO Provider organization's account

Your Okta domain looks like this:

  • example.oktapreview.com

  • example.okta.com

  • example.okta-emea.com

  • Client ID: a public identifier that uniquely identifies a client application registered with an authorization server

  • Client Secret: a confidential secret that is known only to the client application and the authorization server. It should be kept secret and never exposed in client-side code or public configurations.

  • Callback URL: URLs that are invoked after the authentication process.

The Resourcely callback URL is https://resourcely.us.auth0.com/login/callback

  • Sign-Out Redirect URI (optional): Redirects users with an alternative logout

The Resourcely Sign-Out Redirect URI is https://resourcely.us.auth0.com/v2/logout

You can use this Terraform resource to set up the integration if you manage Okta through Terraform:

resource "okta_app_oauth" "resourcely" {
  label       = "Resourcely"
  type        = "web"
  grant_types = ["authorization_code"]
  redirect_uris = ["<https://resourcely.us.auth0.com/login/callback>"]
  groups_claim {
    type        = "FILTER"
    filter_type = "STARTS_WITH"
    name        = "groups"
    value       = "resourcely"

resource "okta_group" "resourcely_admins_group" {
  name        = "resourcely-admins"
  description = "Resourcely admins"
  lifecycle {
    prevent_destroy = true
  custom_profile_attributes = jsonencode({
    "DepartmentGroup" = okta_group.group{NO}.name

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