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This article briefs about the steps to configure Auth0 as Identity service provider for NocoDB

NocoDB, Retrieve Redirect URL

  1. Go to Account Settings
  2. Select Authentication (SSO)
  3. Click on New Provider button
  4. On the Popup modal, Specify a Display name for the provider; note that, this name will be used to display the provider on the login page
  5. Retrieve Redirect URL; this information will be required to be configured later with the Identity Provider

OIDC SSO Configuration OIDC SSO Configuration OIDC SSO Configuration

Auth0, Configure NocoDB as an Application

  1. Access your Auth0 account
    • navigate to Applications > Create Application.
  2. In the Create Application modal,
    • choose Regular Web Application
    • click Create
  3. On Quick start screen, go to Settings tab
    • Copy the Client ID and Client Secret from the Basic Information section.
  4. Goto Application URIs section
    • Add the Redirect URL copied from step(2) under Allowed Callback URLs.
    • Save Changes
  5. On the Settings tab, go to the Advanced Settings section and click on the Endpoints tab.
    • Copy the OAuth Authorization URL, OAuth Token URL, OAuth User Info URL & JSON Web Key Set URL

NocoDB, Configure Auth0 as an Identity Provider

  1. In NocoDB, open Account Settings > Authentication > OIDC. On the "Register OIDC Identity Provider" modal, insert the following information:
    • Insert Client ID retrieved in step (5) above as Client ID
    • Insert Client Secret retrieved in step (5) above as Client Secret
    • Insert OAuth Authorization URL retrieved in step (7) above as Authorization URL
    • Insert OAuth Token URL retrieved in step (7) above as Token URL
    • Insert OAuth User Info URL retrieved in step (7) above as Userinfo URL
    • Insert JSON Web Key Set URL retrieved in step (7) above as JWK Set URL
    • Set Scope as openid profile email offline_access
    • In the Username Attribute field, indicate the name of the claim that represents the user's email. The default value is set to "email."

For Sign-in's, user should be able to now see Sign in with <SSO> option.

SAML SSO Configuration


Post sign-out, refresh page (for the first time) if you do not see Sign in with <SSO> option

For information about Auth0 API Scopes, refer here