Joomla OAuth Client Integration with NextCloud Single Sign-On (SSO)
Set up Single Sign-On (SSO) on your Joomla site via Nextcloud OAuth provider with the help of Joomla OAuth & OpenID Connect plugin. Integrating Nextcloud Single Sign-On (SSO) into Joomla using OAuth 2.0 authentication protocol allows your users to securely login into your Joomla websites and applications by authenticating with Nextcloud OAuth provider. The Nextcloud OAuth Joomla plugin also provides advanced features such as, Auto create users, Attribute Mapping, Group Mapping etc.
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Open the menu in the top-right corner and select the Administrator Settings. On the next page,
select the Security in the "Administration" section on the left.
At the bottom of the page you see the list of Registered clients, (which is empty initially).
Below "Add client", enter the name of your OAuth Client in the first field (Name). Note that
the name that you enter here will be displayed to your client users
In the second field (Redirection URI), enter the URL of your OAuth Client which is copied from here.
Click Add to save. Afterwards, you will get Client Identifier and
The Client Identifier will be the Client ID and the Secret
will be your Client Secret.
Joomla with NextCloud
Now go to the Joomla OAuth Client plugin, under Configure OAuth tab, enter the all the details. Then click on Save Settings and then click on Test Configuration.
Now you can connect OAuth client with NextCloud (OAuth Provider) and the following endpoints are:
Once you click on Test Configuration button, You will be able to see the attributes in the Test
Configuration output as follows.
4. User Attribute Mapping
Once you click on Test Configuration button, you will be able to see the attributes in the Test
Configuration output as follows.
Under the Attribute Mapping section map the Attribute Names from the Test Configuration table.(refer the screenshot above)
Go to the Attribute Mapping section in the plugin and map the Attribute Names from the Test Configuration table. Now enter Group Attribute name on the given field. (Refer to the screenshot)
5. Role/Group mapping [Premium]
Under the Role Mapping tab check the Enable Role Mapping checkbox. Assign the Role/Group names to the desired groups in Joomla and click on the Save Role Mapping settings button.
6. Login Settings
Now you can use Login / SSO URL to perform SSO.
Now logout and go to your Joomla site's pages where you have added this link. You will see a login link where you placed that button. Click on this button to perform SSO.
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7. Supported Grant Types
In this guide, you have successfully configured Joomla Nextcloud Single Sign-On (SSO) by configuring
Nextcloud as OAuth Provider and Joomla as OAuth Client using our Joomla OAuth
Client plugin.This solution ensures that you are ready to roll out secure access to your Joomla site using Nextcloud login credentials within minutes.
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