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Configure LogicNets as Identity Provider

It is possible to use the LogicNets Logon module as external identity provider. In this use case, a LogicNets installation will have the OAuth2 auth-server role.

 

  1. The user starts a LogicNets application.
  2. The LogicNets runtime detects that the application requires authentication and redirects the user to the LogicNets Logon Module.
  3. The user selects the LogicNets External Identity Provider.
     
  4. The application server Logon module redirects the user to the other LogicNets server that hosts the user-administration. When the credentials are correct the user is redirected back to the LogicNets application.
  5. The user fills in their credentials.
  6. When the credentials are correct the user is redirected back to the LogicNets application server.
  7. The application Logon module requests the user access token.
  8. The identity server returns the user access token. This token contains information about the user such as the user name, email address, and company name and it contains information about the user roles and groups.
  9. The user is redirected back to the LogicNets application.
  10. The runtime requests for the user access token
  11. The application Logon module returns the user access token. This token contains information about the user such as the user name, email address, company name, and other information and it contains information about the user roles and groups. The runtime checks whether the application roles are listed in the user access token.

 Please fill in the following parameters in the Application Server configuration:

Configuration

Value

auth_uri

https://support.logicnets.com/kc/logon

token_uri

https://support.logicnets.com/kc/oauth2token

scope

openid

client_id

 

client_secret

 

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