OAuth Single Sign-On (SSO) For Shopify Using Azure B2C as Identity Provider
miniOrange allows Azure B2C to act as an IDP (Identity Provider), which allows users to Single Sign-On
(SSO) into Shopify using Azure B2C Credentials. Our application is compatible with all the SAML /
Providers. We will go through a step-by-step guide to configure Single Sign-On (SSO) into Shopify using
Azure B2C as IdP (Identity Provider) and Shopify store as SP (Service Provider).
Pre-requisite: Single Sign-On - SSO Login Application
To configure SSO into Shopify with Azure B2C as IDP, you will need to install the miniOrange Shopify
Single Sign On - SSO Login Application on your store:
Go to Home and in the Azure services, select Azure B2C.
Please make sure you are in the Azure AD B2C directory with an active subscription and if not, you can
switch to the correct directory.
Now, click on App Registrations and then click on the New Registration option to create a
new Azure B2C application.
Configure the following options to create a new application.
Enter a name for your application under the Name text field.
In supported account types, select 3rd option ‘Accounts in any identity provider or organizational
directory (for authenticating users with user flows)’.
Go to your Shopify store, click on the Apps tab, and select the Single Sign On - SSO Login
Click on the Setup IDP button in the top left of the navigation bar.
From the left navigation bar select Configure SSO and click on Add Identity provider
You can find the OAuth callback URL in the OAuth 2.0 section.
Click on the Register button to create your application.
After successful application creation, you will be redirected to the newly created application’s overview
page. If not, you can go to the app registrations and search the name of your application and you will find
your application in the list.
Copy your Application ID and save it under your Client ID textbox in your
Shopify Single Sign-On (SSO) Login application.
For the Azure B2C tenant, copy the domain name under Essentials on the home page and save it. We will
require it later.
Then click on Certificates and Secrets and then click on New client secret to generate a
client secret. Enter a description and click on the Add button.
Copy the secret value from the certificates & secrets page and store it as a Client
secret in your Shopify Single Sign-On (SSO) Login application.
1.1 Add Users in your B2C application
On the home page, go to the Users tab in the left corner.
Click on New User on the user's page.
Select Create Azure AD B2C user. Then, click on Email from the sign-in method set your
password, and click Create to save the user details to perform test configuration.
1.2 How to Create and Add Policy
Go to the User Flows tab and then click on New User Flow.
Select a User flow type Sign up and Sign in then click on Create button.
Fill in all the information e.g. Name, Identity providers, etc. then click on Create button.
Copy the policy name value. This will be required while configuring authorize and token endpoints.
1.3 Add user claims to your application
Go to user flows under policies in the left corner. Select the configured policy.
Select Application claims in settings.
Select the desired attributes to be displayed on the test configuration and save it.
Go to Application → Select the application and go to the API Permissions tab.
Click on the Add permission button, and then Microsoft Graph API -> Delegated
Permissions select openid, Profile scope, and click on the Add
Click on the Grant Consent for Demo button.
Go to the Manifest tab and find groupMembershipClaims change its value to
"All" and click on the save button.
Go to Application Registrations -> Endpoints.
In token and authorization endpoints URl, replace <policy-name> with your configured
You have successfully configured Azure AD B2C as an OAuth Provider for achieving user authentication with
AD B2C Single Sign-On (SSO) login into your Shopify Store.
2. Configure Azure B2C as an OAuth 2.0 Provider in Shopify.
Again, go to your Shopify store, click on the Apps tab, and select the Single Sign On - SSO
Click on the Setup IDP button in the top left of the navigation bar.
From the left navigation bar select Configure SSO and click on Add Identity provider button.
Select OAuth 2.0 and refer below table to fill in the required details like Client ID, Client Secret,
Endpoints, and Scope.
You have completed the Shopify side configuration.
Go to the Configure SSO tab.
Click on the Select >> Test Connection option against the Identity Provider you configured.
On entering valid Azure B2C credentials you will see a pop-up window which is shown in the below screen.
4. Testing SSO for your Shopify Store
Go to your Shopify Store login page.(https://<your-shopify-storedomain>/account/login)
Click on the login button you customized earlier.
You’ll be redirected to the login page of the IDP you configured in the previous step. Log in with your IDP
You’ll be successfully logged in to your Shopify store.
In this Guide, you have successfully configured Azure AD B2C Single Sign-On (SSO) by configuring Azure AD
B2C an as OAuth Provider and Shopify as an OAuth Client using our Shopify Single Sign-On - SSO
Login App. This solution ensures that you are ready to roll out secure access to your Shopify Store
using Azure AD B2C login credentials within minutes.
This may be because your primary domain would be different from your Shopify domain. To check your
primary domain and make SSO work, follow the steps given here.
This issue arises when either the trial period of your Development plan is expired.
Or if your plan is not auto-renewed from the Shopify end. Contact us at email@example.com to
resolve the plan
upgrade issue and get smooth functioning of the SSO – Single Sign On
As email is a required entity in Shopify for account creation as well as login operation, Single
Sign On is not successful in this case. To resolve this error, please follow given here.
When I am performing SSO, I am getting ‘Please verify if Shopify App is installed’ error. To resolve
this error, please follow given here.
If your error or query is not listed here, click here
to see others.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
I have followed the steps to set IdP but where can I check SSO?
Follow the steps outlined here. to configure SSO in Shopify with your preferred
I installed the Shopify SSO application. I clicked on the “SETUP IDP” option but nothing opened up.
Redirection to any other site might be blocked in the browser. Please follow the steps given here to resolve the issue.
When I try to perform SSO, I get redirected to the “Incorrect App Configuration” page and then after
subsequent attempts, I get redirected to https://store.xecurify.com/moas/login page.
You might be trying to perform SSO in the different tab of the same browser where you have opened
our Single Sign-On – SSO Application or accessed the configuration portal of our application. In
this case, SSO will be restricted due to security reasons.
Try to perform Single Sign On in a new incognito/private window or in a different
browser in order to make SSO work.
After performing SSO, I want my customers to redirect to the collections or discount offer page.
Follow the steps outlined here. to redirect your customer to collections/cart or
any other page.
preferred Identity Provider and start setting up SSO for Shopify right away
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