Microsoft's Guide: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/develop/scenario-web-app-sign-user-overview
Authorization protocol: OAuth 2.0
- In the Xkit platform, click "New Connector" in the sidebar or at the bottom of the "Connectors" screen.
- Click "Outlook Calendar". At this point you'll see a callback url, which you'll provide to Microsoft through the Azure portal in the next step, and places to input the Client ID and Client Secret that you'll get from Azure after registering your app.
- Next, in a separate window, sign in to (or create) your Microsoft account with Azure access.
- Click on "Manage Azure Active Directory" and then "App registrations" in the sidebar or visit this link
- Then click "Register an application".
- Input the name of your app.
- Select "Accounts in any organizational directory (Any Azure AD directory - Multitenant) and personal Microsoft accounts (e.g. Skype, Xbox)".
- Add the Redirect URI provided by Xkit in Step 1.
- Click "Register".
- Click on "Certificates & secrets" in the sidebar of your registered app in the Azure portal
- Click on "+ New client secret"
- Name the secret however you wish ("Xkit" is a good name) and set the expiration to "Never"
- Copy the generated secret
Secret available only once
The client secret will disappear after leaving the window. Make sure to copy the secret before leaving this page.
- Paste the Client secret from Step 3 into the "Client Secret" field on Xkit.
- Copy the "Application (client) ID" from the overview page of your created app in the Azure portal paste it into the "Client ID" field on Xkit.
- Click "Save"
- On Xkit, you will see fields to control how your Outlook Calendar connector appears to users
- (Optionally) Add a description for your connector that will display to your users on viewing your catalog
- Click "Save"
- The "Connector Settings" page includes a list of available scopes for your connector. You can read more about those scopes in the Microsoft Graph permissions reference
- Check the boxes on Xkit next to the permissions you need to build your integration.
Required additional permissions
In addition to the permissions you've selected for your app, you must also include
offline_access. You can read more about this permission here.
It is depicted as checked when setting up the connector in Xkit.
- Click on "API Permissions" in the Azure Portal sidebar and then click "+ Add a permission"
- Click on "Microsoft Graph" and then click on "Delegated permissions"
- Under the "Openid permissions" category, select the checkbox next to
- Under the "Calendar" category, select the checkboxes that correspond to the boxes you checked on Xkit in Step 6
- At the bottom of the window, click "Add permissions"
- Click "Save" on the Connector Settings screen in Xkit.
You've now successfully connected Outlook Calendar with Xkit!
Updated about 2 years ago