Requires version 3.4.1 or greater
The consent dialog works like any other dialog from systems like Google or Facebook and gives the user the ability to allow access to their data.
User Consent “Consent” is the action by an owner or user that authorizes access to protected information. Consent is only requested when using the “Authorization Code” grant type. WP OAuth Server has disabled this feature by default in the past and will continue to disable it by default in the future. If you would like for WP OAuth Server to request permission from the user, you will need to use the filter below.
add_filter( 'wo_use_grant_request', '__return_true' );
Current Version: 3.7.3
Any documentation and or published articles may not reflect the latest WP OAuth Server plugin version. It is always best to stay updated for security.
How To ArticlesBelow is a list of "How To" documentation articles.
- Connect your App to WordPress Users
- WP REST API Bearer Token Authentication
- Enabling WooCommerce API
- Enable User Consent Dialog
- OAuth 2.0 Token Introspection
- Disable Plugin Updates
- Extending the OpenID Discovery API
- OpenID Authentication for WP REST API
- Using a Bearer Token with WP REST API
- How to Authenticate with WP REST API
- Using POSTMAN and WP REST API
- Setup WP OAuth Server for Single Sign On with WordPress
- Extending Endpoints
- Setting up Moodle and WordPress for Single Sign On
- Rocket.Chat OAuth Setup
- Never Expiring Access Token
OAuth Server 3.7.3
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