OpenID Connect Module for Laravel and AAF IdP
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Last update: 2022-11-15 17:51:01 UTC
This Laravel Package provides a simple way to authenticate with OpenID Connect. Minimum requirement is a User Model/Table which has either a field 'username' or a field 'email'. It's recommended to define a post login route and a error route. The error route is called with a flashed session variable (session('error')) containing information to display.
To configure this package with NetIQ Advanced Authentication, a Event must be created.
The ClientID and Client Secret you get there must be entered in the corresponding field in the configuration file of this package.
The provider_url in the config hast to be set like this:
All needed Endpoints will be automatically retrieved from
Install the package via composer:
composer require marcorombach/laravel-aaf-oidc
You can publish the config file with:
php artisan vendor:publish --tag="aaf-oidc-config"
This is the contents of the published config file:
return [ 'provider_url' => '', //issuer URL of the auth provider -> https://<aaf-domainname>/osp/a/<tenant>/auth/oauth2 'client_secret' => '', //Client secret 'client_id' => '', //Client ID 'post-login-route' => '', //Route to redirect to after login - if not set you will be redirected to the base URL 'error-route' => '', //Route to redirect to on login error - redirects with $error variable set ];
$laravelAafOIDC = new Marcorombach\LaravelAafOIDC(); $authenticatable = $laravelAafOIDC->authenticate();
The redirect URI is your applications base URI + /oidc-callback - this has to be set in the AAF Event
It's not necessary to use the class directly. Laravel-AAF-SAML provides a route which starts the authentication process.
Please note: your application needs to use HTTPS, as it's a requirement of the NetIQ Advanced Authentication Framework.
- PHP 7.4 or greater
- Laravel 8.0 or greater