After SSO is enabled, users typically sign in using their identity provider credentials. If you want your users to be able to sign in with their identity domain (Oracle Cloud) credentials, you need to enable this option.
After you enable SSO, you have the option to allow users to sign in with their identity domain credentials as well. This option is disabled by default because typically, as administrator you want to force users to log in using their identity provider credentials.
To enable the option for users to sign in with their identity domain credentials:
Go to the Users page and then click the SSO Configuration tab.
Go to the Enable Sign In to Oracle Cloud Services with Identity Domain credentials section. Click Enable.
A confirmation window appears informing you that after enabling, users that do have credentials in their identity domains (for example identity domain administrators), will be able to sign in to Oracle Cloud services using either their identity provider or identity domain credentials.
Note:You can’t enable signing in with identity domain credentials, if SSO was auto-configured for your system. The Enable Sign In to Oracle Cloud Services with Identity Domain credentials button is disabled in this case.