Interface: XmBindIdAuthenticationRequest

Configuration for a BindID authentication request.

Hierarchy

Properties

customMessage

Optional customMessage: string | null

Inherited from XmBindIdRequest.customMessage

Optional. A custom message to present as part of the authentication context detail screen.


encrypted

Optional encrypted: boolean | null

Inherited from XmBindIdRequest.encrypted

A flag indicates whether the authentication request should be encrypted.


nonce

Optional nonce: string | null

Inherited from XmBindIdRequest.nonce

Optional. A nonce value to be included in the generated ID Token. This is typically provided by the application backend, and can be used to ensure at the backend that the authentication response corresponds to a specific request issued by the application.


otherLoginOptions

Optional otherLoginOptions: XmBindIdOtherLoginOptions | null

Optional. A URL and title for a "more options" link to display as part of the QR authentication screen. If not provided, no link will be displayed. The URL must begin with "https://" and its prefix must match one that's provided during BindID enrollment.


redirectUri

redirectUri: string

Inherited from XmBindIdRequest.redirectUri

URL to which BindID will redirect on process completion, to convey results back to the calling application.


scope

Optional scope: Array<XmBindIdScopeType> | null

Inherited from XmBindIdRequest.scope

Optional. A set of BindID scopes that will include additional information in the result claims. If not provided, only 'Openid' scope is sent


state

Optional state: string | null

Inherited from XmBindIdRequest.state

Optional. A state value to be included in the BindID response issued through redirect. This is typically generated at the front-end, and verified at the front-end upon processing the redirect. This ensures that the redirect request corresponds to the BindID authentication request.


verifications

Optional verifications: Array<XmRequiredVerifications> | null

Inherited from XmBindIdRequest.verifications

A collection of verifications to try and execute for this request. It is not guaranteed that each requested verification will be fulfilled. The acr claim of the resulting access token should be examined to determine which verifications were fulfilled.