I have successfully implemented support for SSO by OIDC, using the okta libraries for React. Following the docs here
Now, this saas app that I am working with, will also support SCIM so that has been implemented as well by following the docs here
From the intro of the SCIM docs:
Your Okta integration should use Single Sign-On (SSO) to initiate end-user authentication. Learn how to set up your integration with SSO in our Build a Single Sign-On (SSO) integration guide.
I assumed that I already had implemented support for that, but reading more closely it seems to not support OIDC SSO, is that correct? Do I need to change my OIDC implementation to SAML to get this to work? And in that case, do I need to remove the react libraries that Okta provides, as I also guess that those only support OIDC? Why is Okta recommending to use OIDC in the first place, without mentioning limitations as this?