[keycloak-user] Possible to create a SecurityIdentityProviderFactory with custom provider?
sthorger at redhat.com
Tue Nov 8 02:08:15 EST 2016
No such thing as a SecurityIdentityProvider. You want to create a provider
of SocialIdentityProvider. For example take a look at the Google provider:
What social provider are you adding? Maybe you'd like to contribute it to
us if it's a well known one.
On 7 November 2016 at 19:50, Ben Pittman <bepittman at amplify.com> wrote:
> I'm running Keycloak 1.9.8.Final. I just want to add another social
> provider with some custom logic (boilerplate OpenID won't work in my
> case). I've registered my module that
> overrides SecurityIdentityProviderFactory and provided my own Provider and
> Factory classes but get a 'resource not found' when I try and access the
> provider from the Keycloak UI.
> I've also tried adding my own LoginProtocolFactory module and I see it get
> registered on startup but there is no item for it in the 'add provider'
> identity drop-down.....
> Is what I'm trying to do just not possible? Or is there something obvious
> I'm missing outside of registering modules above to get this to work?
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