There are lots of people worldwide, who are looking to develop a Single Sign-on between their CMS and Moodle or Totara. With increasing demand for this service, various companies have decided to go with it, but they are failed to create a Single Sign-on, but here our company has decided to develop a custom adaptor to solve the problem.
However, lots of people are trying by their own method for Moodle/Totara, which will enable them to connect any CMS to it. Today, Moodle is a free software e-learning platform, which is also known as Learning Management System or Virtual Learning Environment. The CMS had a user base of 83,008 registered and verified sites, serving more than 70,696,570 users in 7.5+ million courses with 1.2+ million teachers as of June 2013.
Gradually, the platform has gained huge popularity among the world as a tool for developing online dynamic web-sites for their students. This platform requires to be installed on a web server somewhere to work, so if you have decided to create Moodle SSO, it is extremely beneficial for you. Many people have developed a small test template, which allows them to simulate a CMS passing values to their authentication block. It also enables them to test the authentication block on a new installation without needing a CMS present:
Here, you can find some simple steps to follow from Drupal 7.2.x to Moodle 2.6:
- First and foremost step that you need to follow is installing the ssso auth method to Moodle.
- After that, you can log into Moodle and ensure that this auth method is enabled.
- Now, you can create a block in Drupal containing the needed fields and URL to the Moodle website.
- You can also ensure the block, which is only obtainable to authenticated users.
- Various people want two sites to have unique administration access rights and it did not make it obtainable to administration.
- You can also add custom fields for first-name, last-name, city as well as country.