Actions & Action Templates
Inviting New Users
Partnership Billing Settings
Setting Billing Address
Single Sign-On (SSO)
Terms of Service
Check Order Status
Packing Slips - Buyers
Sending Test Orders
Signing Up As A Buyer
Syncing Order Updates
Connecting Your Platform
Fixing SKUs in Scientific Notation
How to Set Up Pricing
Marking Products Active
Seller Quickstart Guide
The 4Ps of Seller Onboarding
Adding a Buy Button to a Shopify Store
Creating Product SKUs
Downloadable Image Links
How Invoicing Works
Packing Slips - Sellers
Building API Integrations
Connecting through EDI
Connecting through SFTP
Connecting through Seller EDI
Connecting through Seller EDI - Advance Ship Notice (856) Specification
Connecting through Seller EDI - Inventory Update (846) Specification
Connecting through Seller EDI - Invoice (810) Specification
Connecting through Seller EDI - Purchase Order (850) Specification
Connecting through Seller EDI - Purchase Order Acknowledgements (855) Specification
Connecting through Web App
Getting Started with the Buyer API
How Inventory Sync Works
Integrating your CRM
Supported Connection Methods
Updating Shipping Information
Downloading EDI Files related to Purchase Orders
How to Resend an Advance Ship Notice
How to Resolve " Your SFTP user requires delete permission on your SFTP server."
How to Resolve "Already Processed Files"
How to Resolve "Unable to access your SFTP server"
How to Resolve "Your SFTP user requires read permission on your SFTP server"
How to Resolve "Your SFTP user requires write permission on your SFTP server."
Migrating Ecommerce Platforms
Using REF Segments for Identifying Vendors instead of an ISA ID
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Convictional offers Single Sign-On (SSO) as an alternative to Passwordless Sign-in for user authentication.
This feature allows you to use a single set of credentials (your current enterprise system) to authenticate with multiple websites and services. It adds a layer of security to any business-critical operations that are done with Convictional.
Click on “Enable SSO”. This will redirect you to a form where you can configure your enterprise authentication system:
After SSO is enabled, users associated with your account can login normally and will be automatically redirected to the correct Identity Provider (IdP) to be authenticated.
SSO refreshes every 7 days, your users will then need to re-authenticate to maintain access.