Real Time User Provisioning and Sync using WordPress as SCIM Server and Drupal as SCIM Client

Real Time User Provisioning and Sync using WordPress as SCIM Server and Drupal as SCIM Client


This guide will guide you through setting up WordPress as a SCIM server and Drupal as a SCIM client.The Drupal User-Provisioning module will allow you to sync users from Drupal to the WordPress SCIM application. The module works with both Drupal 8 and Drupal 9.


Pre-requisite: Download and Installation 


  • For Window:
    composer require drupal/user_provisioning
  • For Linux:
    composer require 'drupal/user_provisioning'
  • Navigate to Extend menu on your Drupal admin console and search for miniOrange User Provisioning using the search box.
  • Enable the module by checking the checkbox and click on Install button.
  • Configure the module at
    {BaseURL}/admin/config/people/user_provisioning/overview
  • Download the module:
    drush dl user_provisioning
  • Install the module:
    drush en user_provisioning
  • Clear the cache:
     drush cr
  • Configure the module at
    {BaseURL}/admin/config/people/user_provisioning/overview
  • Navigate to Extend menu on your Drupal admin console and click on Install new module button.
  • Install the Drupal User Provisioning and Sync module either by downloading the zip or from the URL of the package (tar/zip).
  • Click on Enable newly added modules.
  • Enable this module by checking the checkbox and click on Install button.
  • Configure the module at
    {BaseURL}/admin/config/people/user_provisioning/overview

Steps to configure Wordpress as SCIM Server and Drupal as SCIM Client

1. Configure Wordpress as SCIM Server

  • Install and Activate the SCIM User Sync/Provisioning plugin on your WordPress site.
  • You get the SCIM Base URL and SCIM Bearer Token under the SCIM API Credentials.
  • Copy the base URL and bearer token and keep it handy.
  • Drupal user provisioning wordpress base url

2. Configure Drupal as SCIM Client

  • Navigate to the User Provisioning tab of the Drupal module and select the Wordpress application.
  • drupal user provisioning select wordpress
  • Click on the Enable SCIM CLIENT API integration checkbox.
  • Drupal user provisioning enable checkbox
  • Paste the SCIM 2.0 Base Url and SCIM Bearer Token which you have copied in step 1. (from the SCIM server)
  • Click on the Save and Test Credentials button.
  • paste url and token
  • You have successfully configured WordPress as SCIM server and Drupal as SCIM Client.
  • Drupal oauth login user provisioning test successfully
  • Now, go to the Audit & Logs tab. You can check the performed operation and its status.
  • Drupal user provisioning audit logs

3. On-demand/ Manual Provisioning:

  • This will allow you to manually provision any Drupal user in your WordPress SCIM Server application.
  • Enter the username of any user that you want to provision, select the user and then click on the Provision button.
  • Drupal user provisioning manual provisioning
  • You have successfully Provisioned the user.
  • Drupal user provisioning successfully added user
  • Under the Audit & Logs tab, You can check the performed operation and its status.
  • Drupal user provisioning user information
  • You can confirm at the WordPress SCIM Server application that the user has been created.
  • wordpress user created

You have succesfully configured Wordpress as SCIM server and Drupal as SCIM client.

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If you face any issues or if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at drupalsupport@xecurify.com. In case you want some additional features to be included in the module, please get in touch with us, and we can get that custom-made for you. Also, If you want, we can also schedule an online meeting to help you configure the Drupal User Provisioning module.

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