If you don't have a registration and login method on your site or you want to use Logora's login module, go to your Administration Space (Configuration > Authentication) and choose the
Social authentication mode. You can then go directly to the customization of your debate space.
If you want your users to use your own authentication module to participate in the debate space, use Single Sign-On (SSO).
Single Sign-On allows users to log in to your site and use the Logora plugin without logging in a second time to Logora.
Single sign-on will create a site-specific user profile on Logora so as not to conflict with existing Logora users.
Logora offers several possible authentication modes:
- OAuth 2.0 server authentication (you have an OAuth 2.0 server)
- Client authentication OAuth 2.0 (you connect to our OAuth 2.0 server)
- Authentication by JWT signature