[keycloak-user] Role to claim mapping
bburke at redhat.com
Wed Sep 30 10:26:43 EDT 2015
I am confused on what you want to do. Please talk in terms of Keycloak
A, Keycloak B, App C, App D.
On 9/30/2015 9:23 AM, Gonzalo López wrote:
> testuser has some roles in host B (testrole in this example), I want to
> put the roles as a claim in the token so when host A receives the token
> it maps the claim to roles in host A
> I already did the second part (mapping in host A), but I still can't
> find out how to put the roles in a claim.
> On 9/29/2015 3:42 PM, Gonzalo L?pez wrote:
> > I'm trying to test the Identity broker to achieve cross domain
> sso, this
> > is what I have done:
> > 1 - Installed jboss 6.4 eap + keycloak + keycloak eap6 adapter in
> host A
> > 2 - Installed jboss 6.4 eap + keycloak in host B
> > 3 - In host A, I added an oidc Identity Provider (importing host B
> > openid connect configuration).
> > 4 - In host A, I created an application (appa.war) that will try
> to use
> > the broker to authenticate. I added security to the app (only
> user with
> > role "user" will be able to access some parts)
> > 5 - In host B, I added 2 oidc clients (the broker from host A and
> > appb (appb.war) is a simple application developed to log in using
> > 6 - In host B, I created a role "testrole" inside appb and a user
> > "testuser", then I added that role to the user.
> > I couldn't find out how to map the role "testrole" to a claim
> that will
> > be sent to the broker once the user has authenticated. Is there a
> way to
> > do that?
> > After I accomplish that I plan to map that claim to the role
> OIDC and SAML Identity Providers have mappers. Host A broker will
> receive the token from Host B. You can map the testrole to whatever
> claim you want.
> Bill Burke
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