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Case study to enable authentication in Sakai with a supplier such as Google, Facebook and others using the RFC6749 specification without the user providing the password.

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Sakai Oauth2 Integration - Entornos de Formación

  1. 1. SAKAI with OAUTH2 INTEGRATION Enable authentication in Sakai with a supplier such as Google, Facebook and others using the RFC6749 specification without the user providing the password.
  2. 2. Case Study : SAKAI with OAUTH2 INTEGRATION Client profile : A university with a large volume of users. Business situation: Sakai supports internal user authentication, with users coming from an LDAP directory, and SSO solutions such as CAS server or Shibboleth. Some institutions allow any user to create an account and enter the application. To do this, they have to fill in a few fields such as name, surname(s), email, etc. Today there are a large number of applications that allow authentication through external solutions as Google and Facebook. We had a request from a client who needed their users to be authenticated in Sakai using an OAuth 2 provider such as Google, Facebook and MITREid. This basically meant authenticated on the virtual campus by any supplier implementing the RFC6749 specification. The Challenge : To enable authentication in Sakai with a supplier such as Google, Facebook and others using the RFC6749 specification without the user providing the password.
  3. 3. Case Study : SAKAI with OAUTH2 INTEGRATION Solution : EDF made the necessary changes so the Sakai login could be configured for an OAuth 2 provider using the RFC6749 specification. The operation flow is simple: ● Users request authentication on Sakai through an OAuth 2 provider such as Google or Facebook. ● They are then redirected to the provider login, where they must enter their credentials. ● Once the supplier has performed authentication, the supplier requests permission to share the data with Sakai. ● If the user authorises access to the data, the provider redirects to Sakai, which generates a user account. ● If the user decides to quit the application, Sakai destroys the access token. Benefits : Any user with a Google or Facebook account could authenticate in the platform without sharing their credentials, which greatly increases the target audience of the virtual campus. The user does not need to fill out any field, only authorize Sakai information for use the name and email.

Case study to enable authentication in Sakai with a supplier such as Google, Facebook and others using the RFC6749 specification without the user providing the password. ------------------------------------ Entornos de Formación S.L. Avenida Giorgeta , nº 44 - Entresuelo - Puerta C. 46007 Valencia (España) Web: http://www.entornosdeformacion.com SlideShare: https://es.slideshare.net/entornosdeformacion Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/entornosdeformacion Google+: https://plus.google.com/+entornosdeformacion Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRBOe6Lq73Hm5jiCOsX6inQ

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