Google OAuth 2.0 Authentication is only available on 'On-Premise' Offers
You can enable Google OAuth 2.0 authentication for ease of registration and login. Also, you can restrict the registration to a certain domain name. Check that your rakam-bi container has the following environment variables available;
Should point to your load balancers A/CNAME. You may verify this using the shell command:
Navigate to Google Developer Console. Click on 'Credentials' and create an 'OAuth client ID'
Invalid Origin: domain must be added to the authorized domains list before submitting, setup your 'OAuth consent screen' and add
openid to scopes.
Log in with your administrator account (the first account you registered to your rakam-bi deployment.).Navigate to your administration page on rakam-bi (htttps://your-rakam-bi-url.com/admin/auth). Select the
You can verify the installation via logging out and locating 'Connect with G Suite' button. Once this integration enabled, registration of local accounts is not possible. Although already registered users will be able to log in over 'Use a Local User' option.
Once a local user is logged in using Google OAuth2, it is not possible to log in using local credentials anymore but the administrator user
Updated about 2 years ago