App To Web Single Sign-On

App To Web Single Sign-On

App to Web Single Sign-On allows you to take a session from your mobile application and extend it to a browser on the same device. This is useful for giving a seamless experience to your users when they transition from the mobile application to the website where more functionality likely exists. This functionality can only be used when using the Onegini CIM identity provider as it is a unique feature of the Onegini Consumer Identity Manager. This can be configured in the Onegini Token Server Admin.

The Onegini SDK allow you to specify a target URI where authentication is required. This URI must be configured in the Action Token configuration of the Onegini Consumer Identity Manager. It will then verify that your mobile application's session is valid and establish a session with the IDP before redirecting the user to the target URI with them automatically logged in.


  • Returns a promise or calls either success or error callback.
  • Takes the following arguments:
Property Description
targetUri URI for which the Single Sign-On token is requested
  • The success callback contains an array of objects with these properties:
Property Description
redirectUri This is a URL that is meant to be used by the browser to establish a session
token The token param from the redirectUri provided as a convenience

The error callback contains an object with these properties:

Property Example Description
code 8000 The error code
description "Onegini: Internal plugin error." Human-readable error description


    .then((result) => {
        console.log("RedirectUri: " + result.redirectUri + " token: " + result.token);
    .catch((err) => {
        console.log("Error!\n\n", err.description)