Google SSO Login with Drupal OAuth Client | Drupal Google SSO
Drupal Google SSO integration will allow you to configure Single Sign-On ( SSO ) login between your Drupal site and Google 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, and Drupal 9.
Here we will go through a guide to configure the SSO login between Drupal and Google. By following these steps, users of Google will be able to log into the Drupal site using their Google 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.
Features and Pricing
Know more about Drupal OAuth/OpenID Single Sign On from here.
You can download the Drupal OAuth/OpenID Single Sign On module from here.
This detailed Handbook for the Drupal OAuth/OpenID Single Sign On module, gives an in depth explanation of the features of the module. You can refer to the handbook at anytime - it is always available to you, either via This link, or directly from the module for quicker access.
1. Install Drupal OAuth Client module
1.1. Using Composer:
Composer require drupal/miniorange_oauth_client
Composer require 'drupal/miniorange_oauth_client'
Navigate to Extend menu on your Drupal admin console and search for miniOrange OAuth Client Configuration using the search box.
Enable the module by checking the checkbox and click on the Install button.
Click on NEW PROJECT button to create a new project or else select one from the existing projects.
Enter your Project name under the Project Name field.
Click on ENABLE APIS AND SERVICES to enable Google PLUS API.
Search for Google PLUS API in the search bar and click on Google+ API from the search results.
Click on the ENABLE option to enable Google+ API.
Go to Navigation Menu->APIs & Services-> Credentials.
Click on Create Credentials button and then select OAuth Client ID from the options provided.
In case you are facing some warning saying that To create an OAuth Client ID, you
must first set a product name on the consent screen (as shown in below image). Click on the
Configure Consent Screen button.
Select the external from the OAuth Consent Screen and click on Create button.
Select Web Application from the options below Application Type. Enter the name you want for your Client under the Name field and enter the Redirect/Callback URI from miniOrange OAuth Client module under the Authorized redirect URIs field.
Click on the Create button to save your configurations.
3. Integrating Drupal with Google
Google assigns a unique Application ID to your application. Copy the Client ID and Client Secret key and keep it handy..
In Drupal’s Configure OAuth tab and paste the copied Client ID and Client Secret (copied from the Google Portal) in the Client ID and Client Secret text-field.
You have successfully completed your Google App OAuth Server side configurations.
Client ID :
from the above step
Client Secret :
from the above step
Access Token Endpoint:
Get User Info Endpoint:
4. Test Configuration of Drupal with Google
After successfully saving the configurations, please click on the Test Configuration button to test the connection between Drupal and Google.
This Test Configuration window will provide you with a list of the attributes that are coming from the Google
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 Google 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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