and I tested this with another Moodle 3.5 site. This worked fine as did the test with https://lti.tools/test/tc.php
After that I send the correct 'launch url' and 'secret key' to the customer that wants to access the courses on our Moodle. They set up their Docebo LTI part and filled in a random Consumer Key. Unfortunately their are a receiving the following message:
Can anyone tell who is responsible for delivering the 'Consumer Key'? In my testcase I just made something up and that worked fine. I presume this works the same in Docebo, or is the Consumer Key something that we as a Provider should deliver?
Additional info that might be relevant: the consumer is using a SSO! Can this have any effect?
Are there any other setting that should be configured on our side?
Hope that someone can help me out. Any hand is much appreciated.
We have the same issue. I have no clue what to type into the Consumer Key field.
We are trying to connect via LTI to our supplier in France. I am have the URL and Secret however I am getting the same error as you are and I have no idea how to overcome it. The LTI provider has not experienced this issue either....My LTI provider does not have any provision for a Consumer Key on their end.
Watching this thread closely....