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Getting Started

Authorization Server

Resource Server

Repository Interfaces

Refresh token grant

Access tokens eventually expire; however some grants respond with a refresh token which enables the client to refresh the access token.

Flow

The client sends a POST request with following body parameters to the authorization server:

The authorization server will respond with a JSON object containing the following properties:

Setup

Wherever you initialize your objects, initialize a new instance of the authorization server and bind the storage interfaces and authorization code grant:

// Init our repositories
$clientRepository = new ClientRepository();
$accessTokenRepository = new AccessTokenRepository();
$scopeRepository = new ScopeRepository();
$refreshTokenRepository = new RefreshTokenRepository();

// Path to public and private keys
$privateKey = 'file://path/to/private.key';
//$privateKey = new CryptKey('file://path/to/private.key', 'passphrase'); // if private key has a pass phrase
$publicKey = 'file://path/to/public.key';

// Setup the authorization server
$server = new \League\OAuth2\Server\AuthorizationServer(
    $clientRepository,
    $accessTokenRepository,
    $scopeRepository,
    $privateKey,
    $publicKey
);

$grant = new \League\OAuth2\Server\Grant\RefreshTokenGrant($refreshTokenRepository);
$grant->setRefreshTokenTTL(new \DateInterval('P1M')); // new refresh tokens will expire after 1 month

// Enable the refresh token grant on the server
$server->enableGrantType(
    $grant,
    new \DateInterval('PT1H') // new access tokens will expire after an hour
);

Implementation

The client will request an access token so create an /access_token endpoint.

$app->post('/access_token', function (ServerRequestInterface $request, ResponseInterface $response) use ($app) {

    /* @var \League\OAuth2\Server\AuthorizationServer $server */
    $server = $app->getContainer()->get(AuthorizationServer::class);

    // Try to respond to the request
    try {
        return $server->respondToAccessTokenRequest($request, $response);

    } catch (\League\OAuth2\Server\Exception\OAuthServerException $exception) {
        return $exception->generateHttpResponse($response);

    } catch (\Exception $exception) {
        $body = new Stream('php://temp', 'r+');
        $body->write($exception->getMessage());
        return $response->withStatus(500)->withBody($body);
    }
});