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Our applications have OAuth for Google and we use popup mode. The Login page has a button for authorization via Google.

But now customers want to use a single sign-on (SSO) for authentication. As I know about SSO, we haven't used a login page app, we redirect to the login page of the SSO website. So it makes sense when we use popup mode for SSO.

We put a button keycloak (SSO) and show a popup for authorization. But it's flow is the same OAuth.

Would you show me the reasonable way to use popup mode for SSO or SSO only use redirect mode?

  • We're concerned here with what makes a good user experience, I think you should re-word your question to the effect or perhaps consider Stack Overflow if you're concerned about implementation. – DarrylGodden Jul 17 '19 at 8:26
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Good day, here You have a process of typical SSO.

I think SSO in this circumstances should use only redirect mode,without pop-up because:

  1. Less user interaction.
  2. Easier, cheaper implementation

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    How is this answer to the question ? I read it more than thrice. I guess discrete answer with connection to question would make it helpful even of others, than the one who asked. – Ashwin Kulkarni Oct 12 at 1:42

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