How to use Grant Type of Authorization Code with Oidctoken.aspx

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    Applies to:
SecureAuth IdP Version affected: All
 
Description:

This KB article will show what Oidctoken.aspx needs to receive in order to give out a token using a Grant Type of Authorization_code
 

Cause:

NA
 

Resolution:
 
Grant_Type Authorization_Code
 
1. First you need to get an Authorization_code. This is generated by going to SecureAuth.aspx in a browser with the correct parameters. Here is an example
https://awood.example.com/secureauth8/secureauth.aspx?response_type=code&client_id=dcf4f0410d26XXXXXX1642e443f12dad&redirect_uri=https%3A%2F%2Flogin.example.com%
scope=openid+offline_access&state=CAAAAWFwTWJiME8wMFkwMDAwMDA0Qzk0AAAA1Dv-
2. Post to https://youridp.example.com/secureauthxx/oidctoken.aspx
3. Needs to be x-www-form-urlencoded
4. Should contain the following
grant_type: authorization_code
code: The code retrieved in step1
client_id: The client id set in the post auth page
client_secret: The client secret set in the post auth page
scope: openid and any others you need
redirect_uri a valid redirect uri as set in the post auth page of the realm
 
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