Provides strategies for authenticating to providers using the OpenID standard.
gem install omniauth-openid
Use the strategy as a middleware in your application:
require 'omniauth-openid' require 'openid/store/filesystem' use Rack::Session::Cookie use OmniAuth::Strategies::OpenID, :store => OpenID::Store::Filesystem.new('/tmp')
Then simply direct users to
/auth/open_id to prompt them for their OpenID identifier. You may also pre-set the identifier by passing an
identifier parameter to the URL (Example:
A list of all OpenID stores is available at http://github.com/openid/ruby-openid/tree/master/lib/openid/store/
If OpenID is one of several authentication strategies, use the OmniAuth Builder:
require 'omniauth-openid' require 'openid/store/filesystem' use OmniAuth::Builder do provider :open_id, :store => OpenID::Store::Filesystem.new('/tmp') end
You may pre-configure an OpenID identifier. For example, to use Google's main OpenID endpoint:
use OmniAuth::Builder do provider :open_id, :name => 'google', :identifier => 'https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id' end
Note the use of nil, which will trigger ruby-openid's default Memory Store.
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