Creating a New SharePoint Repository Configuration

To connect to a remote SharePoint server you must create a repository configuration. To do so, follow these steps:

  1. In Liferay DXP, open the Control Panel and go to ConfigurationSystem SettingsCollaborationSharepoint OAuth2.

    Figure 1: Use the Sharepoint OAuth2 system setting to create a new SharePoint repository configuration.

    Figure 1: Use the *Sharepoint OAuth2* system setting to create a new SharePoint repository configuration.

  2. Click the Add icon (Add) to begin creating a new configuration.

  3. In the new Repository form, specify values for the following fields (your SharePoint administrator can provide you with this information):

    • Name: The configuration’s name.

    • Authorization grant endpoint: The URL used to request OAuth2 authorization grants. The URL follows this pattern in SharePoint Online: https://[your-site-name]/sharepoint.com/_layouts/oauthauthorize.aspx.

    • Authorization token endpoint: The ACS URL. In SharePoint Online with Azure ACS, the URL follows this pattern: https://accounts.accesscontrol.windows.net/[App ID]/tokens/OAuth/2.

    • Client ID: The client ID.

    • Client Secret: The client secret.

    • Scope: The permission set required for your tokens. Valid scopes are configured during your app’s SharePoint registration.

    • Tenant ID: The Tenant ID. If you’re using SharePoint Online, you can use the same App ID you embedded in the Authorization token endpoint.

    • Site domain: The site domain registered for your application.

    • Resource: This value depends on the ACS service you use. In SharePoint Online with Azure ACS, the value follows this pattern: 00000003-0000-0ff1-ce00-000000000000/[your-site-name].sharepoint.com@[tenant ID].

    Figure 2: The New Repository form is where you specify access to the remote SharePoint server.

    Figure 2: The New Repository form is where you specify access to the remote SharePoint server.

  4. Click Save.

Awesome! Now that your SharePoint repository is configured, you can mount it in Documents and Media Library.

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