Google OpenID Connect Access Token Request Test Page

Q

How to build an Google OpenID Connect Access Token Request Test page?

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A

The Access Token Request is the second call to the Google OpenID Connect service in the authentication code flow to retrieve the id_token with the authentication code received from the first call.

You can build a simple Web form page to test different behavior of the Access Token Request.

Here is an example, Google-OpenID-Access-Token-Request-Test.html:

<html><body><h3>Google OpenID Connect Test Request Example</h3>
<form method="POST" action="https://oauth2.googleapis.com/token">
code: <input size="80" name="code" value=""><br/>
client_id: <input size="80" name="client_id" 
   value="918660693275-...apps.googleusercontent.com"><br/>
redirect_uri: <input size="80" name="redirect_uri" 
   value="http://localhost/home_dump.php"><br/>
client_secret: <input name="client_secret" value="4/P7q7W91a-oMsCeLvIaQm6bTrgtp7"><br/>
grant_type: <input name="grant_type" value="authorization_code"><br/>
<br/>
<input type="Submit" name="Submit" value="Submit"><br/>
</form>
</body></html>

You can enter your own "client_id", "code", "redirect_uri" and other parameters to try it. Remember that "code" value must obtained by calling the authentication response.

 

⇒ Build Authorization Code Flow with Google OpenID Connect

⇐ Access Token Response Received from Google OpenID Connect

⇑ Google OpenID Connect Integration

⇑⇑ OpenID Tutorials

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