Guide to enable miniOrange OAuth Client for Joomla



Here are the Step by Step Guides for different Identity Providers for Joomla

IDP Links
Bitrix24 Click Here
AWS Cognito Click Here
Reddit Click Here
Google Apps Click Here
Facebook Click Here
FitBit Click Here
Instagram Click Here
linkedin Click Here
Clever Click Here

In addition to the above, miniOrange also provide support for ADFS, Bitrix24, WHMCS, Square Connect, WSO2, Windows, Gigya, Dash 10, Foursquare, Harvest, MailChimp, Huddle, Ustream, Yammer, RunKeeper, SoundCloud, Pocket, Nest, Heroku, DropBox, Buffer, Hubic, Deezer, Delicious, Bitly, Mondo, Netatmo, Wechat, Weibo, Shibboleth, Invision Community, HR Answerlink/Support center, Blizzar.

Step 1: Steps Guide to Configure Instagram as an OAuth-Client/OpenId Connect Server

  • Download the miniOrange joomla OAuth-Client plugin zip file.
  • Login as administrator in Joomla.
  • Go to ExtensionsManageInstall.
  •  Joomla OAuth-Client

    Here you have three options to choose from to install your extension. In most cases, you should go with the 'Upload Package File' option. The three options are:

    • Upload Package File
    • Install from Directory
    • Install from URL
    • Joomla OAuth-Client plugins
  • Choose miniOrange Joomla OAuth-Client plugin file to install.
  • Install the plugin.
  • In the Joomla admin interface, go to ExtensionsManageManage. Here you can enable and disable Joomla plugins and edit plugin details and options. It is also useful for quickly enabling or disabling multiple plugins at the same time.
  • Search for miniorange in plugins and enable all the extensions of the plugin.
  • Joomla OAuth-Client enable extentions

Step 2: Configure OAuth-Client

  • Go to ComponentsminiOrange OAuth-ClientConfigure OAuth-Client. Select an application and scroll down for setup instructions.
  • Save settings

  • Save the settings and then run the test configuration to get attribute mapping info. Then fill out the Attribute Mapping form below OAuth-Client Configuration.
  • add button

  • Add a button on your site login page with the URL given on plugin's configuration page (below Attribute Mapping).
  • When you click on the link you will be redirected to your OAuth Server's login page.
  • Login to your OAuth Server with username/password. Once you are authenticated, you will be logged into Joomla site.

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