July 12, 2022 in Technical Problems
i have installed "miniOrange OAuth Single Sign On" on my WordPress.
i have created a WordPress OAuth Clients in my IPS.
I got the clients, AUTH endpoint and so on.
and configured the plugin in the WordPress side.
when i get to the test OAuth connection it fails.
Looks like the WordPress plugin may have been updated since we last took a look at this. However, one thing from your screenshot missing is the attribute mappings. Were you able to map those as outlined in the guide?
if I complete the setup (after it fails)
I'm able to set "name" in the mapping
and in the screenshot before I have the scope on "email"
to be able to use it, i must buy the premium in order to set the "Email" attribute?
Please be advised I have marked this to a developer to review as it looks like things have changed compared to our guide so we will need to ensure this plugin will still work.
Same topic but would anyone know why my login button isn't showing?
Something in your theme is making the background and text white.
This is slightly confusing because of the way the miniOrange application performs its testing however - when you are adding your application to the miniOrange plugin make sure any Pop-up Blockers (including built in ones) are turned off.
Once I did that I was able to add the application successfully, and have the test complete successfully.
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