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2016-12-14 13:26:48 +0100 commented answer Keyrock Token duration

Done. Please give me access to ging/keystone too, in the github.

2016-12-14 12:51:51 +0100 commented answer Keyrock Token duration

Maybe creating a new session [oauth2] inside keystone.conf ?

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2016-12-14 01:18:22 +0100 answered a question Keyrock Token duration

I implemented a simple solution to work with OAuth2, using the same configuration of [token] expiration:

In the file "keystone/contrib/oauth2/core.py"

1) import CONF: from keystone import config CONF = config.CONF

2) add this line in "def init" of "class Server", just after the comments: tokenexpiresin=CONF.token.expiration

That is it. Now it is possible to change the token duration in seconds uncommenting "expiration" inside [token] of keystone.conf

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2016-12-13 15:41:56 +0100 commented answer Keyrock Token duration

Thank you. Is exactly OAuth2 tokens that I need, because of the proxy Wilma.

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2016-12-07 13:06:59 +0100 asked a question Keyrock Token duration

Hi,

How do I configure the token duration in my instance of Keyrock? I am trying without success to set "expiration" in the section [token] of the keystone.conf .

Best regards,

Eduardo Mendes

2016-12-05 08:24:39 +0100 answered a question Token duration

Hi, How do I configure this parameter in my instance? I am trying without success to set "expiration" in the section [token] of the keystone.conf . Best regards, Eduardo Mendes

2016-12-05 08:24:38 +0100 commented answer Token duration

Hi, How do I configure this parameter in my instance? I am trying without success to set "expiration" in the section [token] of the keystone.conf . Best regards, Eduardo Mendes