REST API Okta Configuration

miniOrange User Sync/Group Sync allows sync across Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket from Okta as Identity provider!

miniOrange provides all essential Identity Providers (IdPs) built-in configuration like Microsoft Entra ID (Previously known as Azure AD), miniOrange, Okta, OneLogin, Oracle, Keycloak and G-suite. Also we support REST API configuration with any IDP's by using the custom Rest API App option.

The User & Group Sync app by miniOrange helps you synchronize user and group data from Identity Providers such as AWS, OneLogin, Oracle IDCS, Microsoft Entra ID (Previously known as Azure AD), Okta, G Suite, and many others.

Configuring miniOrange User Sync add-on with Okta as Identity Provider requires you to have below information -

Following information will be required when configuring your IDP with Rest API

Okta Domain URL -

Okta Domain URL is a URL provided by Okta to an organization. Okta manages all the apps and users of a specific organization under this domain. The typical Okta Domain URL is the tenant name (the subdomain), and then the domain name.

Example domain:

Okta API -

Okta API is an token provided for provisioning access by Okta. This API token will be required to configure provisioning with Okta. You will find it from Okta Admin Dashboard->Security->API->Tokens. Click on the Create button to generate a new Token for Provisioning.

Okta App ID -

If you want to sync users/groups that are assigned to a specific app, enter the app id in this field. You will have to enter the app id of the SAML/OpenID Connect App that you have created in OKTA for this Jira instance so that provisioning operation will be performed on assigned users and groups only.

Set Scheduler Time Interval:

miniOrange User Sync/Group Sync add-on allows you to sync your users automatically after a particular time interval. For ex. Hourly, Daily, Twice Daily, Weekly etc.

Follow the below steps to configure Okta with miniOrange User Sync/Group Sync app with Okta Rest API:

  1. Log in to your Okta admin dashboard.
  2. Go to Security tab from the Left Menu and select API. Now, go to the Tokens tab and click on Create Token button.
  3. Create a Token and keep it handy for further configuration. This token will be further called as Okta API.

Get more information about integrating miniOrange User Sync/Group Sync with Okta:


You can check our detailed Jira setup guidelines for Okta Rest API configuration on this page.