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Some questions about tokens - lifespan and uniqueness.

Question asked by SamIAmOz on Dec 12, 2014
Latest reply on Dec 17, 2014 by SamIAmOz

Is the expiry date of a token encoded in the token itself? I'd like to make a single very long-lived token (say a year), then shut the lifespan of my tokens back down (to say, a week). Will this invalidate the long-lived token?

 

Do tokens remain active until their expiry date, if I create a token with the same credentials, or will the earlier token become invalidated?

 

Can I cancel a token?

 

Can I get a list of active tokens? Inactive ones?

 

Thanks for your help.

 

Cheers

Sam

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