If your service supports OAUTH 2.0, you can connect it to the Connectis Identity Broker.
Please follow these steps:
Familiarise yourself with the OAUTH 2.0 protocol, see OAUTH 2.0 information.
Depending on your type of application, choose the applicable flow: Authorisation Code Grant flow for regular web apps running on a server or Implicit Grant flow, which is suitable for single-page applications running in a browser.
Configure your service to use the appropriate value for the response_type parameter in the authorisation request to select the required flow. Use “code” for Authorisation Code Grant or “token” for Implicit Grant.
Before a connection can be established between your service and the Connectis Identity Broker, Connectis needs to know the following credentials of your service:
Client_id and the client_secret (only for Authorisation Code Grant flow) parameters. Contact Connectis for instructions on how to define these.
Redirect_uri, a URL on your service where the response will be sent.
As soon as the minimum information as described above is defined on your side, send it to email@example.com to start enabling the connection.
Connectis will provide the credentials of the Connectis Identity Broker containing all the endpoints required for your chosen flow (e.g. authorise endpoint, access_token endpoint, etc.). Configure it in your service.
Contact the supplier of your service if you need additional help in configuring OAUTH 2.0 connections on your service. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to troubleshoot your connection.