An Open ID Connect (OIDC) setup for the Neos CMS
It provides sane defaults for the OIDC client package, and provides a way to match Neos backend users to OIDC users. Optionally users can be created on the fly if they don't exist yet.
Before deploying OpenID Connect for your application, you should get familiar with the concepts. For a quick reminder, you should can the documentation of Flownative.OpenIdConnect.Client
In order to use this plugin you need:
- Neos CMS
- an OIDC Identity Provider which provides auto discovery
The plugin is installed via Composer:
composer require flownative/openidconnect-neos
This packages provies sane defaults for most of the configuration, suitable for Neos CMS.
The OIDC provider connection must be set up. The default configuration uses these environment variables:
You may of course set the values directly:
Flownative: OpenIdConnect: Client: services: neos: options: discoveryUri: '…' clientId: '…' clientSecret: '…'
And you must set up how roles are determined, see the next section.
You may configure the provider as follows:
Neos: Flow: security: authentication: providers: 'Neos.Neos:Backend': providerOptions: roles: - 'Neos.Neos:Editor'
That is the simplest way of configuring roles, but also very "static", no variation is possible.
The provider can extract the roles from the identity token values. The roles provided by the token must have the same identifier as in Neos.
Given that the identity token provides a claim called "https://flownative.com/roles", you may configure the provider as follows:
Neos: Flow: security: authentication: providers: 'Neos.Neos:Backend': providerOptions: rolesFromClaims: - 'https://flownative.com/roles'
When a user logs in and her identity token has a value "https://flownative.com/roles" containing an array of Flow role identifiers, the OpenID Connect provider will automatically assign these roles.
Roles can be mapped in case their values don't match the required Flow role
<Package-Key>:<Role>) or if multiple roles should be translated to a
Neos: Flow: security: authentication: providers: 'Neos.Neos:Backend': providerOptions: rolesFromClaims: - name: 'https://flownative.com/roles' mapping: 'role1': 'Some.Package:SomeRole1' 'role2': 'Some.Package:SomeOtherRole' 'role3': 'Some.Package:SomeRole'
You may specify multiple claim names which are all considered for compiling a list of roles.
Check logs for hints if things are not working as expected.
If you use locally created Neos users (accounts with the same username which is provided by the identity token), the roles of that (persisted) account can be used:
Neos: Flow: security: authentication: providers: 'Neos.Neos:Backend': providerOptions: addRolesFromExistingAccount: true
You may mix "rolesFromClaims" with "addRolesFromExistingAccount". In that case roles from claims and existing accounts will be merged.
Again, check the logs for hints if things are not working as expected.
In case auto-creation of users is enabled, the roles on the new user can be set by configuration:
Flownative: OpenIdConnect: Neos: autoCreateUser: true rolesForAutoCreatedUser: - 'Neos.Neos:Editor'
Note that you still must use (at least) one of the options to assign roles, namely "rolesFromClaims" and "addRolesFromExistingAccount".
You can set the JWT cookie name if you need to use a different name.
Neos: Flow: security: authentication: providers: 'Neos.Neos:Backend': providerOptions: jwtCookieName: 'flownative_oidc_jwt'
If your OpenID Connect provider does not return a
username, you can map
it like this:
Flownative: OpenIdConnect: Neos: identityValueMapping: 'username': 'email'
So far this assumes you locally create Neos users with the same username as the OIDC provider returns. You can enable auto-creation of Neos users like this:
Flownative: OpenIdConnect: Neos: autoCreateUser: true identityValueMapping: 'firstname': 'https://flownative.com/given_name' 'lastname': 'https://flownative.com/family_name'
The mapping of
lastname is needed in case those are not
returned with those names by your OIDC provider. They are used for the created
users. If the identity token contains first name and last name in a single
property, you can use the "name" mapping:
Flownative: OpenIdConnect: Neos: autoCreateUser: true identityValueMapping: 'name': 'https://flownative.com/given_name_and_family_name'
- Check the security and system log for messages, there is probably something helpful there.
./flow configuration:show --path Flownative.OpenIdConnectto check the settings and look for things you might need to adjust.
- Repeat that step with the
This library was developed by Karsten Dambekalns / Flownative. Feel free to suggest new features, report bugs or provide bug fixes in our Github project.
Thanks to Daniel Lienert / punkt.de for the initial implementation of the