SSO + domain alias + widget popup

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  • Fixed

Steps to reproduce:

1. Set up subdomain alias for userecho.

2. Setup SSO.
3. Go to your website, use widget to open UserEcho popup on your website.

4. Press "Sign In with YOURWEBSITE". It should open you website and upon successful login, it will give you the following URL to return:

http://YOUR_SUBODOMAIN_ALIAS/ue_social_auth/sso_response/


Problem: When you follow that link, the authorization in UserEcho is actually happens, however, in your opened widget, the authorization did not happen.

Vladimir Mullagaliyev
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Hello,

Could you provide the page with this widget? it would help us a lot to figure out the problem.

Vladimir Mullagaliyev

We've checked the widget on your main page and it works just fine. I've authenticated myself through your SSO from a new topic form.

neochief

That's because I reverted to userecho domain.

neochief

The problem might have been caused by the fact that my main domain has SSL and the domain alias had not.

Vladimir Mullagaliyev
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  • Fixed
Quote from neochief

The problem might have been caused by the fact that my main domain has SSL and the domain alias had not.

Hello,

Thank you for this explanation. We made the same situation and seems like the problem is fixed.

Could you please try again it with your project?

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