OpenID Connect 1.0 endpoint for receiving the redirect from the Identity Provider or Identity Broker after successful human authentication.
Not bound to name return. May have any name the Service Provider chooses.
- Authorization code which is going to be used to request for an access token. The authorization code MUST expire shortly after it is issued to mitigate the risk of leaks. A maximum authorization code lifetime of 10 minutes is RECOMMENDED. The client MUST NOT use the authorization code more than once.
- OpenID Connect 1.0 opaque value used to maintain state between the request and the callback. The Service Provider needs to verify if initially sent value towards authorize endpoint is equal to this returned value.
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On successful user redirect to the Service Provider, the Service Provider needs to verify
state parameter and make use of
code parameter in order to retrieve the access token. There are no specific response requirements for this endpoint.