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jsConnect Confusion (single sign-on)

Hello, I'm trying to integrate SSO with single sign-on using codeigniter 3x.

I'm a bit confused as to what source files are correct... on git hub, I found 2 repositories:
https://github.com/vanilla/addons/blob/master/plugins/jsconnect/functions.jsconnect.php

and
https://github.com/vanilla/jsConnectPHP

Which is the correct one to use?

BTW, yes, I know the later is not built for embeded functionality... My intention is to make it compatible as a codeigniter library.. then share it with the community.

TIA,
Donovan

Comments

  • Base on this site I think that

    https://github.com/vanilla/jsConnectPHP

    is the correct one.

    I'm learning to integrate SSO too. If you have any idea how to fill the fields in jsconnect plugin, pls share :)

  • K17K17 Français / French Paris, France ✭✭✭

    The first one is the GitHub repo for jsConnect plugin, that you can find in the Addons repository and the second is the PHP script to use jsConnect.
    You need to install the plugin (https://open.vanillaforums.com/addon/jsconnect-plugin) on your forum to make it work (and follow the Vanilla Docs, and the exemples that you can find beside JsConnectPHP).

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  • @adnan4077 said:
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  • Hello, I realized that soon after I posted... sorry for not following up.

    FYI, I found the newer repo plugin files didn't work for my setup.. I used the original which seems to be working.

    I'm still fighting my way through it... in CI I'm having the problem of grabbing the correct request params. $_GET only returns:

    Array ( )

    1

    So, I think I'll need to recreate that param somehow... something for tonight's programming. :-)

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