As you can see from the "External Identities Initiative" issues tag, OpenID has apparently been removed from the core for Drupal 8 while OAuth is being added. However, the exact status is not clear to me because of the spaghetti-web of related issues, comments, modules, etc. at Drupal.org.Read more
I'm just trying to get all information, spread out in different nodes and comments, together into one single post:
We implemented a OpenID single sign on solution for some of our clients (we call it Omniauth). It's based on Development Seeds great work on an OpenID Single Sign on solution for Drupal. Besides general improvement, instead of using feeds, foaf and PubSubHubbub to synchronize user information we used OpenID's own update_url (http://openid.net/specs/openid-attribute-exchange-1_0.html#fetch_request) and store_request (http://openid.net/specs/openid-attribute-exchange-1_0.html#store_request) to share user information between sites.
Omniauth includes the modules that are necessary, exported configuration into Features and installation profiles for both provider and relying parties.
I made a screencast to allow you to understand easier how to set up Omniauth and it's provided functionality at this moment: http://vimeo.com/xamanu/omniauth-drupal-openid-single-sign-on-solutionRead more
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Hola a tod@s,
Estamos haciendo dos sitios para una importante editorial de Argentina, para dos de sus revistas. Tenemos pensado hacer un multisite y hacerlo en Drupal 7.
Tenemos la idea de compartir la base de datos de usuarios para ambos sitios, y que los usuarios puedan usar una misma cuenta para ambos sitios, o sitios agregados en el futuro, y ahi es donde surgen las dudas. Estuve investigando pero obviamente todavía no hay mucho documentado para mutlisite en Drupal 7, y menos para compartir el log in. Para drupal 6 hay algo pero no es claro, y tampoco se si se aplica a Drupal 7.Read more
We will use the member table from IPB in order to authenticate users in Drupal.
When an IPB user tries to login for the first time in Drupal, his account will be created. This is based on a nice tutorial written by Atchijov on https://www.touchnoc.com/node/86 (thanks Atchijov!).
First you will need to tell Drupal about our third party table by configuring the database details in settings.php:
* 'default' is your main drupal database
* 'ipb' is your IPB database
$databases = array (
I am trying to figure out an easy way to make users on my site log in to a coldfusion database before they are able to view pdfs.
Here is what I have set up now:
Je voudrais mettre en place Drupal 6.16 avec le reverse proxy SSO Vulture et j'avoue ne trouver aucune aide sur le sujet.
Si quelqu'un a déjà expérimenté cette architecture merci de votre retour.
For a while I've been developing a system which allows a Drupal website to act as an authentication server and allow client websites to be connected to it. Once you register an account on one of the websites in the network you can use those credentials to gain access to any other website there.
I am writing this post because:
- We (Adulmec) are going to open source it so it makes sense to see if what we've done is of interest to you.
- I am not sure that some of our decisions are right and there might be better approaches which I did not see.