Today version 3.3.6 has been released to the public and is available for update in your WordPress admin area. This version contains some major scope improvements and fixes. The details of the update are below.

Updates

  • Clients can now have a user id assigned to them from within the editor. This feature will allow you to easily point an access token to a WordPress user ID. This feature benefits those that utilize the Client Credentials grant type. Before, a developer had to manually add  a user id directly into the database. Now it can be done while creating or editing a client in the admin area.
  • Clients now store all scope in the client meta data.
  • Clients can now be restricted to a scope set. This assures that clients are only using the allowed scopes. This also doubles as a default scope feature instead of using the default value of “basic”

Bug Fixes & Enhancements

  • Parts of code has been updated to meet WordPress’s code standard.

Updating The Plugin

You can update WordPress OAuth Server from inside your WordPress dashboard just like any other plugin. Alternatively, you can download the plugin from your purchase history and manually upload the plugin to your WordPress site.

Reporting issues

As always, please feel free creating a new ticket to report any issues. All security issues should be submitted directly in a support ticket and not posted publicly.

Enjoy!

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