Generating a JSON Web Token
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In some occasions, you may be required to generate a JSON Web Token. While API Fortress does not currently have a specific component for it, this result can be achieved by using an helper class.
Creating a JWT
Create a SET component, with "Language" a variable mode.
Introduce the following code Groovy in the component
def claims = ['foo':'bar','dot':'com']
def subject = 'my subject'
def secret = '52535d535c515d55555'
The SET variable will now contain a valid JWT, built with the provided data
- In this example we declare the claim, the subject and the secret right within the script. This is for demonstration purposes, all the three items may come from the scope of the test, the data sets or the vault.
- The scripts uses HS512 as signature algorithm. All the possible options are: NONE, HS256, HS384, HS512, RS256, RS384, RS512, ES256, ES384, ES512, PS256, PS384, PS512