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How to install the OAuth PHP extension for PHP versions provided by Plesk

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    Jack Lee

    This is a partial solution. Installs yes, but curl is not included as a Request Engine, only streams

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    Nelson Leiva

    Hello Jack Lee,

    The solution provided in this guide works 100% but indeed uses phpstreams as request engine yes.

    If you want to change to curl request engine you may try the steps for example as shown here https://talk.plesk.com/threads/curl-request-engine-for-php-oauth-extension.343224/

    I suggest trying this in a non-production server just in case, as this hasn't been officially tested.

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    Chad

    Hello,

    Have tried this with 7.4 and while all looks good through install, Oauth is not showing up within 7.4 listing.  Installing prior versions has worked out well, for some reason this version is not showing up after re-reading handler.

    Is there any additional steps for this version?

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    Andrew Davis

    Hello Chad,

     

    Did you ever get this resolved.  I'm also using 7.4 and have the same issue.  Tried an extra step of adding the extension to the php.ini file but that didn't help.  Also noticed that the extension doesn't appear on the Plesk Tools & Settings PHP Settings page as described.

     

    Andrew

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    Chad

    Hi Andrew,

    Unfortunately no, while the extension did eventually show up within PHP Settings page - switching to 7.4 only lead to application errors.  There seems to be something just a bit off here, as prior versions were not as tricky and run quite smooth.  So possibly a compatibility issue that needs a little ironing out.

    Chad

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    Kuzma Ivanov

    Hi Andrew Davis and Chad!

    Thanks for your input.

    We've updated the article with step 7, after which Oauth should appear in the list of installed extensions.

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