Joomla OAuth Client Integration with WHMCS Single Sign-On (SSO)
Set up Single
Sign-On (SSO) on your Joomla site via WHMCS
provider with the help of Joomla OAuth & OpenID
Connect plugin. Integrating WHMCS Single Sign-On (SSO) into Joomla using OAuth 2.0
your users to securely login into your Joomla websites and applications by authenticating with WHMCS OAuth provider.
The WHMCS OAuth Joomla plugin also provides advanced features
Auto create users, Attribute Mapping, Group
You will be presented with following screen. Go to Setup -> OpenID Connect on the navigation bar on
Click on Generate New Client API Credentials button.
You will be redirected to the app details page. Fill in the required details and enter Authorized Redirect
URIs which is copied from here. Click on Generate
Now your API credentials generated successfully. In section of Client API Credentials you will get
Client ID and Client Secret.
Click on Save Changes.
Go back to your Joomla Dashboard. Then go to Components.
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.
Scope & Endpoints are given below, which are required for configuring Joomla as OAuth Client
configure Okta as a custom OAuth or OIDC provider.
Access Token Endpoint:
Get User Info Endpoint:
Set Client Credentials:
In Both (In Header and In Body)
4. User Attribute
User Attribute Mapping is mandatory for enabling users to successfully login into Joomla. We will be setting
up user profile attributes for Joomla using below settings.
Click on Test Configuration button, you will see all the values returned by WHMCS to
Joomla in a table.
Now go to do Attribute Mapping tab. Here you can map all the Attribute Mapping details in the given
Mapping [Premium Feature]
Go to the Role Mapping tab. Here you can Enable Role Mapping and select
default groups for new users.
Based on your provider application, you can allocate the Joomla role to your provider roles.
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
you placed that button. Click on this button to perform SSO.
Go to the Login/Logout Settings tab. Here, you can configure user login/logout behavior for
your Joomla application.
Congratulations, you have successfully configured the miniOrange OAuth Client plugin with your Okta
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In case, you are facing some issue or have any question in mind, you can reach out to us by sending us your
query through the Support button in the plugin or by sending us a mail at email@example.com.
In this guide, you have successfully configured Joomla WHMCS Single Sign-On (SSO) by configuring WHMCS as
OAuth Provider and Joomla as OAuth Client using our Joomla OAuth Client
solution ensures that you are ready to roll out secure access to your Joomla site using WHMCS login credentials
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as per your requirement.
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