Drupal Auth0 SSO with OAuth Client | Drupal Auth0 Login
Drupal Auth0 SSO integration will allow you to configure Single Sign-On ( SSO ) login between your Drupal site and Auth0 using OAuth/OpenID protocol. Drupal OAuth 2.0/OpenID connect module gives the ability to enable login using OAuth 2.0/OIDC Single Sign-On to Drupal Site.
We provide the Drupal OAuth/OpenID Client module for Drupal 7, Drupal 8, Drupal 9 and Drupal 10.
Here we will go through a guide to configure the SSO login between Drupal and Auth0. By following these steps,
users of Auth0 will be able to log into the Drupal site using their Auth0 credentials.
If you have any queries or if you need any sort of assistance in configuring the module, you can contact us at email@example.com. If you want, we can also schedule an online meeting to help you configure the Drupal
OAuth & OpenID Connect Login – OAuth2 Client SSO Login module.
Click on the Applications option and select Applications.
Click on the Create Application button.
A new window will pop-up. Enter the name of the application and select Regular Web Applications. Click on CREATE button.
2. Integrating Drupal with Auth0
Click on the Settings tab.
Scroll down to find Application URIs section. Copy Callback/Redirect URL from your miniOrange Drupal OAuth Client module and paste it under the Allowed callback URLs field
In the Settings tab, you will be get Client ID, Client Secret and Domain name. Keep it handy as you will need them in the next step.
Auth0 Application Endpoints and Scope:
Access Token Endpoint:
Get User Info Endpoint:
In Drupal’s Configure OAuth tab and paste the copied Client ID and Client Secret (copied from the Auth0) in the Client ID and Client Secret text-field.
3. Test Configuration of Drupal with Auth0
After successfully saving the configurations, please click on the Test Configuration button to test the connection between Drupal and Auth0.
This Test Configuration window will provide you with a list of the attributes that are coming from the Auth0.
Select the Email Attribute from the dropdown menu in which the user's email ID is obtained and click on the Done button.
Now, in the Attribute & Role Mapping tab, you can also choose the Username Attribute from the dropdown and click on the Save Configuration button.
Please note: Mapping the Email Attribute is mandatory for your login to work.
Now log out and go to your Drupal site’s login page. You will automatically find a Login with Auth0 link there. If you want to add the SSO link to other pages as well, please follow the steps given in the image below :
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If you face any issues or if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. In case you want some additional features to be included in the module, please get in touch with us, and we can get that custom-made for you. Also, If you want, we can also schedule an online meeting to help you configure the Drupal OAuth/OpenID Single Sign On module.
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