Drupal OAuth Client – Access custom Oauth2 attributes as tokens inside a Webform

  • Nikos Georgopoulos
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    # 1 month, 3 weeks ago

    Hi, I have succesfully installed free version of Drupal OAuth Client and managed to login in a drupal site using Google as OAuth2 provider. In my real world scenario I will need to use a custom Oauth2 server which will return some custom attributes besides of standard User Attributes i.e. username & mail. I need to access these custom attributes (i.e. unique identifier number, firstname, lastname, fathersname, mothersname & birthdate) sent by custom OAuth server as tokens inside a Webform.

    In case I’ll get even the paid version of component is there any way to access these custom attributes?
    If yes, how?

    Thank you in advance.
    Regards,
    Nikos

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