Using ODBC with Salesforce and OneLogin Single Sign On (SSO)
This blog describes how to get an ODBC connection to a Salesforce instance that has been integrated with OneLogin.
The Salesforce ODBC driver has been tested with a Salesforce / OneLogin environment that was set up by following this OneLogin tutorial:
Using the Easysoft Salesforce ODBC Driver with OneLogin
Install and license the Salesforce ODBC driver.
Complete the Salesforce ODBC data source configuration dialog box as follows:
|Use Oauth||SSO OneLogin|
For example, email@example.com.
|Password||The password for this user.|
|Consumer Key||The client key for your OneLogin developer account.|
|Consumer Secret||The secret for this client key.|
|SSO Token URL||The Salesforce OAuth 2.0 Token Endpoint. This is located in the Salesforce backend under Setup > Security Controls > Single Sign-On Settings > SAML Single Sign-On Settings > onelogin > OAuth 2.0 Token Endpoint. (Click the onelogin link, not the nearby Edit button.)|
|SSO Login URL||The OneLogin subdomain. For example, if your OneLogin URL is:
your subdomain is: