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OAuth Request a token for a new consumer - Permission error

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I yesterday asked the "Mediawiki Users" community the question, "How can I get the mediawiki's ConsumerKey?". As described in the description, the message " Permission error " was issued when you pressed the " Request a new consumer for a new consumer " page on the OAut hConsumentation page. What can I do? I logged in administrator account and mediawiki's version is 1.29.

 

Permission error

 

You do not have permission to propose new OAuth consumers, for the following reason:

You are not allowed to execute the action you have requested.

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By default, nobody has permissions to do anything when Extension:OAuth is installed. You can adjust this by setting $wgGroupPermissions at the bottom of your LocalSettings.php. Here is a sample configuration:

$wgGroupPermissions['user']['mwoauthmanagemygrants'] = true; // All logged-in users can manage what access consumers tied to their accounts have. Do NOT change this line to a different group.
$wgGroupPermissions['user']['mwoauthproposeconsumer'] = true; // All logged-in users can propose new consumers
$wgGroupPermissions['user']['mwoauthupdateownconsumer'] = true; // All logged-in users can update details of their own consumers.
$wgGroupPermissions['sysop']['mwoauthmanageconsumer'] = true; // Administrators can manage consumers (approve requests, deactivate consumers, etc.)

// Optional permissions. Uncomment (remove the leading #) to enable.
#$wgGroupPermissions['sysop']['mwoauthsuppress'] = true; // Administrators can hide details about a consumer
#$wgGroupPermissions['sysop']['mwoauthviewsuppressed'] = true; // Administrators can view details about a consumer that were hidden
#$wgGroupPermissions['sysop']['mwoauthviewprivate'] = true; // Administrators can view private details about a consumer, such as the Secret Token. It is recommended that you do NOT enable this.

// If your wiki is not using SSL (HTTPS), do not include this line. If your wiki is using SSL (HTTPS), ensure this line is present.
$wgMWOAuthSecureTokenTransfer = true;

 

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