This module facilitates the implementation of Single Sign-On (SSO) using LinkedIn as the Identity Provider (IDP). Along with LinkedIn SSO, this module offers functionalities that can be utilised to perform operations related to LinkedIn posts and sharing.
This module facilitates the implementation of Single Sign-On (SSO) using LinkedIn as the Identity Provider (IDP). Along with LinkedIn SSO, this module offers functionalities that can be utilized to perform operations related to LinkedIn posts and sharing.
• Studio pro version 9.12.8 or higher versions • Encryption • OIDC Module • Community Commons • Nanoflow Commons
a.LinkedIn Developer portal
• Log in to the LinkedIn developers’ site at https://www.linkedin.com/developer/apps. • Click Create App and complete the entire information. • Specify your company name or create a new company page. Click Create App. • The App Settings is displayed. Complete the company verification process. • Add the below list of the Products in product tab. • Share on LinkedIn. • Sign in with LinkedIn. • Sign in with LinkedIn v2. • Select the Auth tab. In Oauth 2.0 settings add Mendix application Redirect URL. • Generate access token with(email, openid, profile, r_emailaddress, r_liteprofile, w_member_social)all permissions. And store that token in Mendix as Constant. • To create a token manually, you can visit the following URL: https://www.linkedin.com/developers/tools/oauth • Check auth tab, the OAuth 2.0 scopes all are added.
• Add an Encryption key with 32 charaters. • Create new page and call OIDC.Snip_Configuration snippet. Set page visibility to admin. • Add that page in navigation. Login as admin and create new OIDC configuration. • Enter your Client ID, Client Secret key and add below Endpoits/URLs in respective fields as shown below. # authorization_endpoint: "https://www.linkedin.com/oauth/v2/authorization" # token_endpoint: "https://www.linkedin.com/oauth/v2/accessToken" # userinfo_endpoint: "https://api.linkedin.com/v2/userinfo" # jwks_uri: "https://www.linkedin.com/oauth/openid/jwks" # issuer: ”https://www.linkedin.com” # Scopes: email, openid, profile, r_emailaddress, r_liteprofile, w_member_social
c. LinkedIn connector
• Enable anonymous user and set as guest user role. • Add Linkedin_Connector/SSO_Login_Page in navigationrole-based home page for guest user role. • Add Post_snippet in your required page, set visibility for user. And add that page in role-based home page for User. • Run the application. Use sign in with LinkedIn option. And start posts and share functionality.
Framework Version: 9.12.8
Release Notes: **Full Changelog**: https://github.com/ThiruRTK/Linkedin-Connector/commits/v1.0.0