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Get an SSO Certificate



API Overview

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The Single Sign-On APIs allow you to manage your SAML 2.0 SSO configurations. You can also work with your SSO integrations using the SSO section of the Twilio SendGrid App(link takes you to an external page).

The Certificates API allows you to create, modify, and delete SSO certificates. A SAML certificate allows your IdP and Twilio SendGrid to verify requests are coming from one another using the public_certificate and integration_id parameters.

For more information about managing SSO Certificates, see the Twilio SendGrid SSO documentation.


GET/v3/sso/certificates/{cert_id}

Base url: https://api.sendgrid.com

This endpoint allows you to retrieve an individual SSO certificate.


Authentication

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Authorizationstringrequired
Default: Bearer <<YOUR_API_KEY_HERE>>
cert_idstringrequired
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SchemaExample
public_certificatestring

This certificate is used by Twilio SendGrid to verify that SAML requests are coming from Okta. This is called the X509 certificate in the Twilio SendGrid UI.


idnumber

A unique ID assigned to the certificate by SendGrid.


not_beforenumber

A unix timestamp (e.g., 1603915954) that indicates the time before which the certificate is not valid.


not_afternumber

A unix timestamp (e.g., 1603915954) that indicates the time after which the certificate is no longer valid.


intergration_idstring

An ID that matches a certificate to a specific IdP integration.

Get an SSO Certificate

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const client = require('@sendgrid/client');
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client.setApiKey(process.env.SENDGRID_API_KEY);
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const cert_id = "ZGkrHSypTsudrGkmdpJJ";
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const request = {
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url: `/v3/sso/certificates/${cert_id}`,
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method: 'GET',
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}
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client.request(request)
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.then(([response, body]) => {
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console.log(response.statusCode);
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console.log(response.body);
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})
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.catch(error => {
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console.error(error);
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});


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