Connect to Custom Azure Applications/APIs

This guide covers authenticating with custom Azure Applications/APIs. You will need your Azure and PixieBrix Administrator to assist with the instructions in this guide.

Create/Register an Azure Application

  1. Visit the Enterprise Applications page

  2. Click New application

  3. Click Create your own application

  4. Provide a name for your application and click β€œCreate”

Assign Users and Groups

  1. Assign one or more users/groups to the application for them to access the application

Configure the Application Registration

  1. Open the Application Registration for your application. To locate it from the Omnibar, search for the name and select the β€œApplication” entry

  2. Open the Authentication settings

  3. Click β€œAdd a platform”

  4. Choose Single-page Application

  5. Provide the following Custom Redirect URL. (The [chromiumapp.org](<http://chromiumapp.org>) origin is a special origin that the Chrome Web Browser uses client OAuth2 flow redirects.)

    <https://mpjjildhmpddojocokjkgmlkkkfjnepo.chromiumapp.org/oauth2>

Configure API Permissions

  1. Select Manage > API Permissions

  2. Add some base permissions. To allow sign in, select β€œMicrosoft Graph” and choose the Open ID permissions:

Record the Application and Directory ID

  • Return to the Overview page for the application you created

  • Record the Application (client id) and Directory (tenant) ID for use with PixieBrix

Configure the PixieBrix Microsoft Azure Integration

To complete these steps for your team, you must be an Admin on your PixieBrix team. Alternatively, for development & testing, you may configure the integration in the Extension Console

  1. From the Integrations section in the Admin or Extension Console, click the + Add Integration button in the top right corner.

    To set up a cloud integration that your team can access, head to the Admin Console. (If you'd rather set up something locally, use the Extension Console. Learn more about Configuring Integrations.)

  2. Search for and select the Microsoft Azure integration.

  3. Provide the following information for the Application

    • Pushdown (read-only): the integration configuration will be pushed to your team members. They will each authenticate individually with the application

    • Application (client) ID: from the Application Registration Overview

    • Directory (tenant) ID: from the Application Registration Overview

    • Scope:

Testing the Integration Configuration in a Mod

  1. Create a new Mod in the Page Editor, e.g., a Trigger

  2. Add an HTTP Request Brick

  3. Configure the brick:

    1. Integration Configuration: select the Integration Configuration you configured in the previous section

    2. Method: get

  4. Run the Mod

  5. Your browser will open the OAuth2 authentication flow

  6. After you authenticate, the Output Panel will show your user’s profile information:

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