This Sample Application showcases the capabilities of CyberArk Identity APIs, Widgets and also includes OAuth and OpenID Connect playground with all possible grant flows.
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- To create a role refer here.
- Ensure that User Management, Role Management Rights are added to the role under the Administrative Rights section.
- Setup an Authentication profile and add it to the policy under the Authentication Policies section. For more information, refer to here.
- To create a policy, refer here.
- Ensure that the above created role is added to the policy.
This OAuth app is used to send requests to Signup API using the bearer token generated for a service user and in OAuth user interactive and machine to machine flows.
Follow the steps below to configure OAuth Client app from the admin portal:
- Navigate to CyberArk Admin portal and click **Web Apps under the Apps section.
- Click “Add Web Apps”.
- Navigate to Custom section and add OAuth2 Client app.
- Open the OAuth2 client app.
- In the Settings section, add Application ID.
- In the General Usage, select Client ID Type as Confidential .
- Add the Redirect destinations based on your app configuration. For the sample app, add the redirect destinations below.
- Select Auth Code, Implicit, Client Creds & Resource Owner as Auth Methods and enter JwtRS256 as Token type and save. The sample app demonstrates all the grant flow.
- Click Save.
- Add a name for Scope and add regex as shown below. For more details on OAuth scope visit here.
- Create a confidential client
This client is required for client credentials grant flow.
- Setup Permissions for OAuth 2.0 Client.
- Add the above created role and give Run permission to generate Tokens.
- For more details on OAuth2 Client app creation visit here
- Navigate to CyberArk Admin portal and click Web Apps under the Apps section.
- Click Add Web Apps and navigate to Custom section->Add OpenID Connect app.
- Open the OpenID Connect app created in above step.
- In Settings section add any ID of your choice for the Application ID.
- Navigate to Trust Section
Enter client secret (E.g.: sample1234)
- Add Resource application URL for the sample app.
- Add the Redirect destinations for the sample app.
Based on your app configuration the URLs configuration should be changed.
- Setup Permissions for OpenID Connect.
- Add the above created role and provide Run permission to generate Tokens.
For more Information on OpenID Connect, refer to here .
- Include Web App Domain in Trusted DNS Domains for API Calls.
- Navigate to Settings -> Authentication -> Security Settings -> API Security in the admin portal.
- Add an entry under Trusted DNS Domains for API Calls.
As part of the sample app, we have created https://identitydemo.acmeinc.com using self-signed SSL and local hosts (DNS) mapping.
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