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DSpace-CRIS provides the most advanced and complete integration between a CRIS / Repository system and ORCID, achieving most of the ORCID integration use cases.

The available functionalities depend on the kind of API Key that you have, : Public or Member. You must configure your client-id, client secret and specify the endpoint appropriate for your API level in the 

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Please note that the properties in such this file are used also for the other ORCID integration functionalities. So you need to make sure that they are accurate also , even if you decide to disable the ORCID authentication.

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The following properties are specific of the authentication integration:

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autoregister=true
choice-page=false
orcid-embedded-login=true

the The autoregister flag is auto-explaining,self explanitory. choice-page, if true list , lists the ORCID authentication explicitly as an authentication methods method, so that, if you have multiple authentication methods configured, such as LDAP, Shibboleth, etc., ORCID is also listed in the that choice page. The orcid-embedded-login is the preferred mode, a Login with ORCID button is displayed side-by-side the with password or ldap authentication.

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When the ORCID Authentication is enabled and the autoregister flag is true. it is possible for a researcher to claim an existent researcher profile that have has an ORICD in DSpace-CRIS just logging in. Indeed, when the user login logs in, the system will create an a user account using the information from ORCID and, if his ORCID match one already assigned to an orphan researcher profile, this new account become the owner of the profile. In such way, external collaborators can login in the system and gains gain limited privileges to improve their profile without any explicit activity by the repository staff.

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When the user is logged in via ORCID and proceed proceeds to create his local researcher profile, the system automatically captures from ORCID several information:

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