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Single Sign On Extension
Refer this category for extension related queries and issues.
I get undefined error when I click on 'Verify token in Moodle' button in Single Sign on setting
You need to check if the following steps are configured properly in WordPress and Moodle site. Check if you have installed 'wdmwpmoodle.zip' plugin on your Moodle site. Make sure you have added “wdm_sso_verify_token” service in the External service with all the other services that are required in Edwiser Bridge plugin. Create a new token key and add the same in the connection settings (In Edwiser Bridge settings inside your WordPress site) Most importantly check if you are using the corre
Please check you have Edwiser Bridge SSO plugin version 1.2.1 or greater install....error when I click on verify Token
This error occurs majorly due to three reasons. Please check the following configuration on your end. 1) Check if you have installed the latest version of Single Sign On extension in your WordPress site. ( Version 1.3.2 ) 2) Check if wdmwpmoodle plugin is installed on your Moodle site. Also, check if you have installed the latest version of it. ( Version 1.3.2 ) 3) Check if you have added wdm_sso_verify_token function to the External Services. Please try verifying the tok
How do I download and update to the latest version of Edwiser Bridge Single Sign On extension?
Please follow the instructions given below to download and install the latest version of our plugin from our website. 1) Login to Edwiser 2) Head to “My account" page 3) On 'MY PURCHASES' tab, click on the information icon for the relevant purchase. 4) Scroll down to find the links for the relevant download. ||
Shortcode to send users to Moodle Dashboard directly when they click on a page link.
You can use this Shortcode on any page of your choice so that users are redirected to the Moodle dashboard directly as logged in users. Note: You need to have Single Sign On extension enabled and active on your site to use this shortcode. Also, the user account in WordPress should be linked to the user account in Moodle site. For this to happen the user has to register using Edwiser Bridge's user account page OR has to purchase a Moodle course from the WordPress site OR
Login and logout from the Moodle site does not work while using Single Sign On extension.
Check the following to fix the issue where login and log out from Moodle does not login and log out the users from the WordPress site Check if you are using the latest version of Edwiser Bridge plugin and Single Sign On extension in both WordPress and Moodle site. Check if Edwiser Bridge plugin is configured correctly as per Edwiser Bridge documentation and Single Sign On is configured as per it's documentation(https://edwiser.org/bridge/e