Support » Plugin: Generic OpenID Connect » whmcs oauth server required settings

  • mysmallbizu

    (@mysmallbizu)


    I installed the plugin on my WordPress site called and have also got my oauth server setup using my billing software http://wphmcs.com sites.

    Both sites are ssl enabled and the whmcs side is setup with the appropriate tokens and keys generated . My question is regarding some additional info that the plugin is requesting… and I don’t know where/what it is.

    I’ve got:
    Login Endpoint URL
    Token Validation Endpoint URL
    Userinfo Endpoint URL
    Client ID
    Client Secret Key

    I”m missing:
    OpenID Scope
    Identity Key

    Where those two pieces of info come from or how they are generated so I can add them to the plugin?

    How is the actual login flow supposed to work. Do Wp user still use the default login/logout/register pages The plugin doesn’t have any detailed instructions

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/generic-openid-connect/

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  • mysmallbizu

    (@mysmallbizu)

    You must first go into WHM with root and go to “Manage External Authentications” and ‘configure’ WHMCS as an identity provider. This will take you down the path of configuring OpenID for your users between cPanel and WHMCS. If you want to include WP app, you will have to build this capability with a script. Likely this is what the WP plugin attempts to accomplish.

    Have a look at i-Plugins WHMCS Bridge Pro. It synchronizes WHMCS with WP users via API and also provides SSO capabilities.

    Good luck!

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