A token (offline or regular) is issued by a specific instance of Keycloak
and is bound to the Keycloak servers URL as well as it's keys. So you can't
really share a offline token in the way you're doing unless it all uses the
same Keycloak server.
On 24 May 2016 at 21:24, Haim Vana <haimv(a)perfectomobile.com> wrote:
We are using offline tokens for internal flows, and we would to create a
Docker image with the offline token to be used for example for all
However the offline token validation failed on different host (than the
one it was generated from).
Is there an option to pass the URL validation just for dev ? or overcome
it in a different way ?
Any advice will be appreciated.
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