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Circle Single Sign-On (SSO) With WordPress As OAuth Server | Login Into Circle Using WordPress

Circle Single Sign-On (SSO) With WordPress As OAuth Server | Login Into Circle Using WordPress


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WordPress OAuth Server plugin enables Single Sign-On (SSO) into the Circle using your WordPress username and password. Once you configure the Circle with WP OAuth Server plugin, you can login to your Circle application using WP credentials. OAuth Server plugin also allows you to send custom WordPress user attributes to your Circle app as per your requirements. To know more about other features we provide in WP OAuth Server plugin, you can click here.

Download And Installation

  • Log into your WordPress instance as an admin.
  • Go to the WordPress Dashboard -> Plugins and click on Add New.
  • Search for a WordPress OAuth Server Single Sign-On (SSO) plugin and click on Install Now.
  • Once installed click on Activate.

Steps to configure WordPress Login into Circle

1. Setup WordPress as OAuth Server

  • Navigate to miniOrange OAuth Server on the left side menu.
  • Now, search for your required OAuth Client(i.e, Circle).
  • Click on the Circle icon.
  • OAuth server Single Sign-On(SSO)WordPress- circle SSO instruction
  • Next, enter the Client Name as per your requirements.
  • Then, enter the Redirect / Callback URL that you will get from the Circle side application under the Redirect URI field.
  • Click on the Save Client button.
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      Single Sign-On(SSO)WordPress- circle SSO Authorized Redirect URL
  • Note down Client ID, Client Secret, Endpoints to configure in your Circle App.
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2. Setup Circle as OAuth Client

  • Go to the developer account of Circle.
  • Now, click on the dropdown named as your username.
  • Go to Settings option from the dropdown.
  • OAuth server Single Sign-On(SSO)WordPress- Client Endpoints
  • Then, select Single sign on option.
  • OAuth server Single Sign-On(SSO)WordPress- Client Endpoints
  • Now, enable the Enable SSO toggle.
  • Under Button Label, You can write the button name you want on the login/ Sign in page.
  • OAuth server Single Sign-On(SSO)WordPress- Client Endpoints
  • Copy the Callback URL, which you will need for configuring the OAuth plugin.
  • OAuth server Single Sign-On(SSO)WordPress- Client Endpoints
  • Below the OAuth Provider and Callback URL, there is a dropdown where you can select WordPress (WP_OAuth).

    Note: From the below picture you can see, Circle has added miniOrange as preferred authentication method.

    OAuth server Single Sign-On(SSO)WordPress- Client Endpoints

  • Now, configure the Circle as an OAuth client using the below details.
  • Client ID : Click Here
    Client Secret : Click Here
    Scope: email profile
    OAuth server Single Sign-On(SSO)WordPress- Client Endpoints
  • And, click on the Save changes button.
  • Now, you will be able to see the SSO button on your login page.
In this Guide, you have successfully configured Single Sign-On (SSO) into Circle with WordPress as OAuth Provider and Circle as OAuth Client using our WP OAuth Server plugin.This solution ensures that you are ready to roll out secure access to your Circle using WordPress site credentials within minutes.

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