This article describes how to configure a pre-login process for Smart ID Self-Service. A pre-login process can be executed from the login page without being signed in. For example, this is useful when you need to reset the password for your account.
The process itself can be an ordinary BPMN process, but with one limitation: forms on the start task are not supported for pre-login. However, it is recommended to configure at least one user task in the pre-login process.
To make a process visible on the Smart ID Self-Service login page:
In Identity Manager Admin, go to Home > Process Import.
Select a process, for example, 'BaseProcUSSPForgetPassword', and double-click to open it.
Go to the Permissions tab.
Select Start process, and add the 'preLoginProcessUSSPUser' to be able to start the process in Smart ID Self-Service.
Select Show in Self-Service, and add the 'preLoginProcessUSSPUser' to be able to see this process in Smart ID Self-Service.
There is a preconfigured internal user in Identity Manager called 'preLoginProcessUSSPUser', which is responsible for the visibility of pre-login processes in Smart ID Self-service. See Home > User Administration in Identity Manager Admin, see also Set permissions from Identity Manager users or roles.
The process, 'BaseProcUSSPForgetPassword' in this example, will now be displayed on the Smart ID Self-Service login page.
It is possible to configure multiple pre-login processes. All processes with the corresponding permissions will be visible on the Smart ID Self-Service login screen.