And if you’re reading about permissions, think “scopes”.
But “scopes” is the official term used in the token.
And when this string is decoded, you can see things (e.g.
Display name, permissions/scopes) inside (called claims). When a token decoded, you can see what permissions (or scopes) are defined (or claimed) within this token.
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Custom Config Writescope
I’m a BIG fan of The Dark Tower books (talk to me if you have questions re movie).If you’ve already have a test B2C Tenant, jump down to the next section. Follow the directions under the headings Now your B2C tenant should be all ready to go, but let’s first talk about these applications (the Web App and Web App) we’re about to register. Notice it is running on https://localhost:44316 What to tell B2C about the Web App To tell B2C about your Web App, you’ll need to register your Web App with B2C via the Azure portal.Make sure you’re in your B2C tenant in the upper right drop-down.Let’s assume you not only have a Web App, but you also have mobile apps on different devices.All these apps need to talk to the same service, i.e. If you’re looking at B2C, it is because you have a service out there and you want your application (client, mobile, web) to consume that service. Note this is a “classic Open ID connect flow” which I’m still ramping up on.You use B2C when you want users to sign up for your apps using their own social identities (e.g.twitter, facebook, etc.) or email addresses (“local account”).As a client/mobile app developer, I feel like Roland (the Gunslinger) wandering in a tech world “that has moved on” from client apps to Java Script.And from what I hear re Java Script, the chaotic ruins of mid-world is a good analogy =) In my traditional `saraford` fashion, I’m going to blog what I’m learning on the Azure AD B2C team, just in case it can help someone else. But more importantly, blogging about what I’m learning ensures that I know the material, forcing me to ask all those embarrassing newbie questions like, “what’s a tenant?We’ll look at a token in depth in a future blog post. “Scopes” are the official term used inside a token to represent permissions.If you’re looking at a decoded token and see “scopes”, think permissions.