Portal login via social networks

No. Parameter Value example Explanation
<provider
1 auth-grant-type "authorization_code" Fixed value
2 auth-scheme "header" Fixed value
3 auth-protocol "id_token" Fixed value
4 auth-requires-nonce "true" Fixed value
5 auth-access-token-url "https://login.microsoftonline.com/common/oauth2/v2.0/token" You need to obtain this URL from the ID provider.
6 auth-user-auth-url "https://login.microsoftonline.com/common/oauth2/v2.0/authorize" You need to obtain this URL from the ID provider.
7 auth-user-info-url "" Fixed value
8 auth-pub-keys-src "https://login.microsoftonline.com/common/discovery/v2.0/keys" You need to obtain this URL from the ID provider.
9 auth-scope "openid email" Fixed value
10 auth-client-id "CLIENT_ID" You need to obtain the Client ID from the ID provider.
11 auth-client-secret "CLIENT_SECRET" You need to obtain the Client Secret from the ID provider.
12 auth-redirect-url "https://intrexx/your-portal/oauth2login" The URL refers to your portal
13 auth-provider-prompt "none" Fixed value
14 auth-provider-login-hint "This is a hint" Fixed value
>


No. Parameter Value/example Explanation
<mapping
15 db-field-name "emailBiz" You can specify the user mapping here.
16 provider-claim-fieldname "email" You can specify the user mapping here.
>


No. Parameter Value example Explanation
<additional-redirect-params>
<redirect-param
17 "response_type" value="id_token"
>
<redirect-param
18 "response_mode" value="form_post"
>
</additional-redirect-params>

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