single sign on using RPX

Posted on 2009-06-29
Last Modified: 2013-12-13
I'm using example at ( to let users to login.
The issue is that when use logged into the system, the basic information is not passed to the site.
e.g. check below:  here the basic information is not passed in and we don't see user details.

let me know if I need to correct anything at or any other sample code would be fine.

Question by:SimonHowald
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by:Ray Paseur
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Please post this script on your site, and post a link to it here.  You may want to remove it later, but it would be helpful to see how your server and PHP are configured.  Thanks, ~Ray
<?php phpinfo(); ?>

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OK, it looks like you have JSON, and that's good.  I tried the link above and clicked "Yahoo" - it went to Yahoo and put up my ID to ask for my password, so that part appears to be working.  I did not complete the signin -- no offense, but I am not interested in actually signing in to a foreign site through one of my online accounts.

Maybe if you post the code you are using, we can show you how to add some debugging language.

Best regards, ~Ray
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my app is just a test of rpx and u can actually signin w/o any hesitation. and later u can remove "list of your sites" from yahoo a/c.  and all the signin are managed by rpx server and not by my app..


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np... using works...
but had to put curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER, false); in curl call...

thanks for ur help!

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solution is in my last post!
gifting to Ray!
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SimonHowald: Thanks very much for the points. I may not really deserve them since I did not actually answer the question, but I'll try to make it up to you someday on another question.  Best regards, ~Ray

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