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Before You Begin

Important Reading

This section contains important elements that you should carefully consider before configuration of an OpenID Connect 1.0 Registered Client.

Common Notes

  1. The OpenID Connect 1.0 client_id parameter:
    1. This must be a unique value for every client.
    2. The value used in this guide is merely for readability and demonstration purposes and you should not use this value in production and should instead utilize the How do I generate a client identifier or client secret? FAQ. We recommend 64 random characters but you can use any arbitrary value that meets the other criteria.
    3. This must only contain RFC3986 Unreserved Characters.
    4. This must be no more than 100 characters in length.
  2. The OpenID Connect 1.0 client_secret parameter:
    1. The value used in this guide is merely for demonstration purposes and you should absolutely not use this value in production and should instead utilize the How do I generate a client identifier or client secret? FAQ.
    2. This string may be stored as plaintext in the Authelia configuration but this behaviour is deprecated and is not guaranteed to be supported in the future. See the Plaintext guide for more information.
    3. When the secret is stored in hashed form in the Authelia configuration (heavily recommended), the cost of hashing can, if too great, cause timeouts for clients. See the Tuning the work factors guide for more information.
  3. The configuration example for Authelia:
    1. Only contains an example configuration for the client registration and you MUST also configure the required elements from the OpenID Connect 1.0 Provider Configuration guide.
    2. Only contains a small portion of all of the available options for a registered client and users may wish to configure portions that are not part of this guide or configure them differently, as such it’s important to both familiarize yourself with the other options available and the effect of each of the options configured in this section by looking at the OpenID Connect 1.0 Clients Configuration guide.


This example makes the following assumptions:

  • Application Root URL: https://odoo.example.com/
  • Authelia Root URL: https://auth.example.com/
  • Client ID: odoo

Some of the values presented in this guide can automatically be replaced with documentation variables.



The following YAML configuration is an example Authelia client configuration for use with Odoo which will operate with the application example:

      - client_id: 'odoo'
        client_name: 'Odoo'
        public: true
        authorization_policy: 'two_factor'
          - 'https://odoo.example.com/auth_oauth/signin'
          - 'openid'
          - 'email'
          - 'profile'
          - 'token'
        userinfo_signed_response_alg: 'none'
        token_endpoint_auth_method: 'none'


To configure Odoo to utilize Authelia as an OpenID Connect 1.0 Provider:

  1. Enable OAuth in General Settings/Integrations, save and reload.
  2. Create a new OAuth Provider in General Settings/Integrations/OAuth Providers, with the following settings:
  • Provider name: Authelia
  • Client ID: odoo
  • Allowed: checked
  • Login button label: Authelia
  • Authorization URL: https://auth.example.com/api/oidc/authorization
  • Scope: openid profile email
  • UserInfo URL: https://auth.example.com/api/oidc/userinfo
  • Data Endpoint: https://auth.example.com/jwks.json
  1. If you want your Authelia user to have a guest access on Odoo, you need to enable it in General Settings/Permissions/Customer Account/Free sign up
  2. If you want to allow an already existing user in Odoo to use its Authelia login:
  • Ask the user to reset its password
  • When Odoo prompt for the new password, select the “Connect with Authelia” button

See Also