Publishing Changes to the Cloud Authentication Service Without an Identity Router Publishing Changes to the Cloud Authentication Service Without an Identity Router
You can publish changes to the Cloud Authentication Service without a registered identity router (IDR). When you use the Cloud Administration Console to modify configuration settings such as identity providers, identity sources, application connections, access policies, and user portal pages, the changes can take effect after you publish them to the Cloud Authentication Service without a deployed identity router (IDR).
The banner at the top of the Cloud Administration Console changes color and displays a status message when publishing is complete. The following table describes the Status field values and their definition in case there are no registered IDRs.
|No Changes||No administrators have made any changes that require publishing yet.|
|Changes Pending||Settings modified by an administrator are not synchronized with the Cloud Authentication Service. These changes require publishing.|
|Publishing||Publish is in progress.|
|Failure||Changes failed to publish to the Cloud Authentication Service.|
|All settings are synchronized with the Cloud Authentication Service.|
|Disabled||Single sign-on (SSO) is enabled and the domain is not set.|