Base abstract class for all ClientApplications - public and confidential
Acquires a token by exchanging the Authorization Code received from the first step of OAuth2.0 Authorization Code flow.
getAuthCodeUrl(AuthorizationCodeUrlRequest) can be used to create the URL for the first step of OAuth2.0
Authorization Code flow. Ensure that values for redirectUri and scopes in AuthorizationCodeUrlRequest and
AuthorizationCodeRequest are the same.
Acquires a token by exchanging the refresh token provided for a new set of tokens.
This API is provided only for scenarios where you would like to migrate from ADAL to MSAL. Otherwise, it is
recommended that you use
acquireTokenSilent() for silent scenarios. When using
acquireTokenSilent(), MSAL will
handle the caching and refreshing of tokens automatically.
Acquires tokens with password grant by exchanging client applications username and password for credentials
The latest OAuth 2.0 Security Best Current Practice disallows the password grant entirely. More details on this recommendation at https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-ietf-oauth-security-topics-13#section-3.4 Microsoft's documentation and recommendations are at: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/develop/msal-authentication-flows#usernamepassword
Acquires a token silently when a user specifies the account the token is requested for.
This API expects the user to provide an account object and looks into the cache to retrieve the token if present.
There is also an optional "forceRefresh" boolean the user can send to bypass the cache for access_token and id_token.
In case the refresh_token is expired or not found, an error is thrown
and the guidance is for the user to call any interactive token acquisition API (eg:
Creates the URL of the authorization request, letting the user input credentials and consent to the application. The URL targets the /authorize endpoint of the authority configured in the application object.
Once the user inputs their credentials and consents, the authority will send a response to the redirect URI
sent in the request and should contain an authorization code, which can then be used to acquire tokens via
Returns the logger instance
Gets the token cache for the application.
Replaces the default logger set in configurations with new Logger with new configurations
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