Connect your app to Docomo dAccount
To configure a Docomo dAccount connection you will need to register Auth0 on the dAccount Connect Portal.
1. Add a new Service
First log in into your dAccount Connect Portal, once you have logged in click on the RP site information management (RPサイト情報管理画面) link on the side navigation.
This will bring up RP site information management page. Click the Add new RP site info (新規RPサイト情報追加) button to add a new service.
Fill out the form by providing the following information:
|Service name (サービス名)||Your application's name.|
|Service overview (サービス概要)||A brief description of your application.|
|Access token lifetime (アクセストークン有効期間 秒)||The lifetime of your access token in seconds.|
|Redirect URI (リダイレクトURI)||The callback url for your application (
|Available scopes (利用可能スコープ)||The scopes for the information you are requesting for your app.|
When finished, click Register (登録).
2. Get your Client ID and Client Secret
Go to the details page for your service by clicking on the Details (詳細) button.
This page will contain your Client ID (クライアントID) and Client Secret (クライアントシークット), to be used in the next step.
3. Setup the Connection to Auth0
In a seperate tab or page, go to the Connections > Social section of the Auth0 dashboard.
Click on the NTT Docomo connection.
Enter your Client ID and Client ID from the dAccount Connect service you created, select your Attributes then click SAVE.
Next on the Clients tab, enable which of your clients will be able to use this connection. After enabling the clients, click SAVE.
4. Test the Connection
On the Connections > Social page of the Auth0 dashboard you should now see a TRY button with the NTT Docomo connection.
Click on this to test the new connection. If your connection has been correctly configured, this should take you to a login page where you can log in with your dAccount.
Now that you have a working connection, the next step is to configure your application to use it. You can follow our step-by-step quickstarts or use directly our libraries and API.