Clients are applications that require Loome Identity to provide Open Authentication logins. In our case, this might be another Loome product such as Loome Publish or Loome Integrate.

A client application needs to be configured to talk to the Loome Identity via an agreed upon set of information, that needs to be configured on the Loome Identity.

Once a client configuration has been configured, the client application can be provided the necessary information, and start communicating.

Creating clients

  • To create a client, open the Loome Identity.
  • Click on ‘Click here to administer Loome Identity, you will be required to login’ on the homepage.


  • Click on ‘Clients’ from the left hand menu or the center tiles.


  • Here you can see the list of existing clients, where you can view update or delete.
  • Click the ‘New’ button from the top right to create a new client.


  • Record the ‘Client Id’ and ‘Secret’, you will require these when configuring your client application.
  • Enter a name for your client application, this is just a friendly name for your own reference under ‘Client Name’.
  • Enter the URL to your client, followed by a trailing forward slash under ‘Client Uri’.
  • Enter the URL where the user should be redirected to, once they have logged out of your application under ‘Post Logout Redirect Uri’.
  • Complete one or more redirect URLs under ‘Redirect Uri’. You should add the URL from ‘Client Uri’, along with any other URLs where a sign in request may originate from.
  • Optionally choose whether users must consent to logging in to this client application.


  • If you have configured more than one authentication provider, you can limit which authentication providers are available for this client application.
  • You can optionally change various token lifetime values as desired.

Token lifetime values require a solid understanding of Open Authentication token flows, otherwise you may cause your application to become unavailable to your users.

  • Click ‘Save’ once finished.


  • You should now see your client in the client list. It is now ready for use by your client application.