Microsoft SharePoint Integration¶
The Signavio Process Manager offers you the possibility to integrate the Collaboration Hub as Web Part in a Microsoft SharePoint installation.
If you are using our On Premise Edition, please follow the instructions in the administration manual.
Integrating the Signavio Collaboration Hub with Microsoft SharePoint 2013 requires your SharePoint system to support TLS version 1.1 or 1.2. Learn how to activate TLS 1.1/1.2 support at https://technet.microsoft.com/library/mt773991.aspx.
Since Microsoft stopped supporting Microsoft SharePoint 2007 and 2010 on October 9, 2012, respectively on October 13, 2015, it is getting increasingly difficult to provide the Collaboration Hub for these SharePoint versions.
As we want to keep the Collaboration Hub up to date and to provide the best features possible, we stopped supporting Microsoft SharePoint 2007 and 2010 on April 1, 2017.
Depending on your integration scenario, you can choose between Certificate-based and Windows Azure/Active Directory-based authentication.
The Signavio SharePoint App authenticates as a “guest user” against Signavio, using the Signavio security certificate. Every diagram published in your Signavio Collaboration Hub will be visible for every user who has access to the respective Microsoft SharePoint page(s).
Windows Azure/Active Directory-based authentication
The Signavio SharePoint App authenticates as the accessing Active Directory user against Signavio via LDAP. The access rights of each Active Directory user and user group can be configured in the Signavio Explorer.
In case you use SharePoint Server 2013/2016, proceed at Integrating the Collaboration Hub with Microsoft SharePoint 2013/2016 to learn how to establish the integration with either certificate-based or Active Directory-based authentication.
In case you use SharePoint Online, proceed at Integrating the Collaboration Hub with Micrsoft SharePoint Online to learn how to establish the integration with either certificate-based or Active Directory-based authentication.
In case you experience problems when setting up the integration with Microsoft SharePoint, please consider the section Troubleshooting the Microsoft SharePoint integration
Read more about configuring entry point diagrams for your SharePoint sites.