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If you want to login to your Church Online site using your Joomla username and password, you can simply do it using our Joomla OAuth Server plugin. Once you configure the Church Online with Joomla OAuth Server plugin, you can login
to your Church Online application using Joomla credentials. It also allows you to send custom user attributes to your Church Online site as per your requirements.
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Please follow the steps given below to configure your Church Online site with Joomla as OAuth Server and setup the Single Sign-On(SSO).
|Client ID :||You can get the Client ID from Configure Oauth Tab in Joomla Oauth Server|
|Client Secret:||You can get the Client Secret from Configure Oauth Tab in Joomla Oauth Server|
|Issuer URL:||You can get the Issuer URL from the Discovery endpoint URL which is present in the Configure Client Tab of Oauth Server Plugin|
In this Guide, you have successfully configured Single Sign-On (SSO) into Church Online app with Joomla as OAuth Provider and Church Online as OAuth Client using our Joomla OAuth Server plugin.This solution ensures that you are ready to roll out secure access to your Church Online app using Joomla site credentials within minutes.
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