Auth oauth configuration with server_environment
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Auth Oauth Environment
This module extends the functionality of server environment to support OAuth providers, and allows you to enable providers and set client_id key according to environment. (Refer to module server_environment for more informations)
To install this module, you need to have the server_environment module installed and properly configured.
To configure this module, you need to add a section [auth_oauth.provider_simple_name] to you server_environment_files configurations, where 'provider_simple_name' match the simplified name field on auth.oauth.provider.
'provider_simple_name' is the first part (until first space character) in lower case of provider name. Using existing providers, it could be either google, odoo.com, or facebook.
For example, if you want to activate Google and Odoo.com, your server_environment_files should look like this
[auth_oauth.google] enabled=True client_id=123456789101-abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz000000 [auth_oauth.odoo.com] enabled=True
Any provider not being enabled through server_environment_files will be set as disabled automatically.
If you want to define a new custom provider, you should pay attention to the name to use in the server_environment_files. If you create a provider with 'Dummy auth provider' as its name, then the section should be named [auth_oauth.dummy].
Once configured, Odoo will read from server_environment_files the following fields of auth.oauth.provider :
- Allowed (enabled)
- Client ID (client_id)
Known issues / Roadmap
- Due to the specific nature of this module, it cannot be tested on OCA runbot.
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