Auth0 with OpenID SSO
  • 16 Feb 2021
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Auth0 with OpenID SSO

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If you don't have a registered account with Auth0, you can visit the Signup page and create an account easily.
Singup link: https://auth0.com/signup
Once you've signed up with your mail, verify by clicking on the link sent to your registered mail.

Creating an application in Auth0

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  1. After successful login with Auth0, you can find Applications menu on the left-hand side menus
  2. Click on Application → Create application
  3. Type in your Application nameand choose an application type as Regular Web Applications and click on Create button

Configure Auth0 OpenID with Document360

Note

It would be easier if you have the Auth0 and Document360 portal open in different browser tabs or windows. The setup would require values from each application to be copy-pasted between them.

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Step 1: Values from Document360 to Auth0

Login to your Document360 portal and select your project

  1. Click on the Settings menu, under Advanced select Enterprise SSO
  2. Click on Open ID tab
  3. Copy the values of Login redirect URI and Logout redirect URI and paste that values in Auth0 application.
  4. Back in the Auth0, you can find the Application URIs inside the Settings section next to Quick start
Note

Login Redirect URI need to be pasted in Application Login URI and in Allowed Callback URLs
Logout Redirect URI need to pasted in Allowed Logout URLs

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Once you have entered all the required fields, click on the Save changes button at the end of the page.

Step 2: Values from Auth0 to Document360

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  1. In the Auth0 Application page under Settings tab you can find the Client Id and Client Secret
  2. Copy the values in Auth0 settings and paste it inside the Document360 Open ID configuration section
  3. From Auth0 copy the link provided in Domain field and paste in the Authority field in Document360
  4. In the Email domain field in Document360 you can add your preffered email domains your organization or readers use.
  5. Click on Save.

Now your SSO configuration with Auth0 is complete and you can start using the SSO feature.

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