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Integrating a Third-Party Identity Provider for Access Token Management - IoT Server 3.1.0 - WSO2 Documentation
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WSO2 IoT Server is prepackaged with a default key manager to handle clients, security and access token-related operations. The following section provides an alternative to using the default key manager and guides you through using WSO2 Identity Server (WSO2 IS) as the key manger in WSO2 IoT Server. This is useful in a production environment where a WSO2 IS node is already in use and you want to use the WSO2 IoT Server with it. 

Before you begin

Before you begin

  • Download WSO2 API Manager and unzip it if you have not done it before. The unzipped directory is referred to as <APIM_HOME> throughout this documentation.
  • Download WSO2 Identity Server and unzip it. The unzipped directory is referred to as <IS_HOME> throughout this documentation.

  1. Follow the steps listed in the Configuring WSO2 Identity Server as a Key Manager topic in the WSO2 API-M documentation, to configure WSO2 IS as the key manager. 
  2. Download the following feature installation pom file and place it inside the <APIM_HOME> directory.

  3. Navigate to <APIM_HOME> on the terminal and execute the following command. This will install the required features to the WSO2 IoT Server pack. 

    mvn clean install -f apim-feature-installation.xml
  4. Open the identity.xml file found in the <APIM_HOME>/repository/conf/identity directory and add the following grant type under the <SupportedGrantTypes> element. 

  5. Update the OAuthScopeValidator class as follows.

    <OAuthScopeValidator class="org.wso2.carbon.device.mgt.oauth.extensions.handlers.ScopeValidationHandler"/>
  6. The default keystore used in WSO2 IoT Server has been updated from version 3.1.0 onwards. Since all servers must use the same certificate, do the following to update the keystore in WSO2 API-M

    1. Navigate to the <IOTS_HOME>/repository/resources/security folder and copy the wso2carbon.jks file. 
    2. Paste a copy of the file in the <APIM_HOME>/repository/resources/security folder and replace the existing wso2carbon.jks file. 
    3. Paste a copy of the file in the <IS_HOME>/repository/resources/security folder as well and replace the existing wso2carbon.jks file. 
  7. Create a file based identity provider using the WSO2 IoT Server certificate and save it inside the <APIM_HOME>/repository/conf/identity/identity-providers directory. A sample of a file based identity provider configuration file can be seen below. 

    The default IoT Server certificate can be found under the <Certificate> tag of the iot-default.xml file found in the <IOTS_HOME>/repository/conf/identity/identity-providers folder.

     Click to see a sample identity provider
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