First, we need to register a new app in Azure AD, using the Microsoft Azure Management Portal.
- Visit the Microsoft Azure Management Portal at portal.azure.com, using the credential of your Microsoft tenant that has the subscription to Office 365 you wish to use.
- Go to "Azure Activity Directory".
- In the menu, click "App registrations".
- Click "New registration".
- Enter the Name of the application (e.g. MyTimetable-prod).
- Select 'Accounts in this organizational directory only' as we currently only support single tenant apps.
https://<your-mytimetable-site>/schedule?zoneview=0&ec_type=o365as Redirect URI, replacing
<your-mytimetable-site>with the appropriate value.
- Click "Register".
- Copy the Application (client) ID of the registered app. You will need to provide this to Eveoh or will require it yourself when setting up the application in an on-premises scenario.
- In order to enable service-to-service calls, a X.509 certificate needs to be configured and uploaded to Azure. Back in the Azure Management Portal, click "Certificates & secrets".
- Choose "Upload certificate".
- Upload the "cert.pem" file you got from Eveoh (SaaS) or generated using the steps outlined on On-premises: creating a certificate (on-premises).
- Click "Add"
- The key should now be visible under "Public Keys".
- Continue with the next step appropriate for your authorization scenario, as outlined on Configuring Microsoft Graph REST API access.