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Testing Logins

Before you start testing...

Testing Individual Users

Using sandbox user credentials

If you're using Clever's default sandbox district (auto-connected with your application):

  1. Initiate a login. You can do this one of three ways:
  • Go to the district overview in your Clever dashboard. Copy the Portal URL, and after logging in, click your application's icon.
  • Go to the district overview in your Clever dashboard. Copy the Instant Login link and log in there.
  • Use a Log in with Clever button.
  1. All sandboxes should be set up so the default credentials are:
  • Student: username and password are the student's student_number (e.g., 377440)
  • Teacher: username and password are the teacher's teacher_number (e.g., 109663)
  • School admin: username and password are the school admin's staff_id (e.g., 12342)
  • District admins may only be tested in custom sandbox districts.

You can download the default district CSVs to test other users here.

If you're using a custom sandbox district instead, you must configure and review your Single Sign On user credentials settings.

Secure Sync only: SSO debugging tools

In the Data Browser, open up the Detail View for a user where there is a link to log in as the user. This link sends a user-authenticated request to your app, so you can see what the user sees when they access your app through Clever.

This works for all user types that your application supports: students, teachers, school and district admins.

Updated 4 months ago


Testing Logins


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