Magento OAuth Server extenstion enables Single Sign-On (SSO) into the Invision Community
using your Magento username and password. Once you configure
the Invision Community with Magento OAuth Server extenstion, you can login to your Invision Community
using Magento credentials. OAuth Server extenstion also allows you
to send custom Magento user attributes to your Invision Community app as per
your requirements. To know more about other features we provide in Magento OAuth
Server extenstion, you can
In your Dashboard, go to Left Panel -> Settings and click on Login & Registration.
A screen will appear where by default Methods tab will be opened. Click on Create New.
Select Other OAuth 2.0 as handler and click on Continue.
In the Application Setting tab, copy the Callback URL (For example: https://your_domain/_oauth/id) and keep it handy to save it in the Magento OAuth Server SSO extenstion. You will find this URL from the highlighted section of your Invision Community Dashboard as shown in the below image
2. Configure Magento as OAuth Server
In the OAuth Server Settings tab, Enter the OAuth Client name and then paste the Redirect URL that you copied earlier and save it under the Redirect URL.
It will show you the Client ID, Client Secret and the Endpoints. Copy the Client ID, Client Secret, Scope and the Endpoints and keep it handy. You will be needing these values later to save them in your Invision Community client application.
Go back to the Client application that you already created in your Invision Community console and save the information that you copied from the OAuth Server extenstion in Magento.
Values to be entered in the Invision Community Application:
The Client ID from the OAuth Server extenstion in Magento
The Client Secret from the OAuth Server extension in Magento
Scopes to request:
Authorization Endpoint for AdminCP & Reauthorizations REQUIRED:
Use the same endpoint as normal logins
Token Endpoint :
User Information Endpoint:
User ID Parameter:
Display Name Parameter:
Login Button Text :
Congratulations, you have successfully configured the miniOrange Magento OAuth Server extenstion.
3. Attribute Mapping
In the Magento OAuth Server extension, navigate to the Attribute Mapping tab.
In the Attribute Mapping section, enter the information and click on Save .
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