[keycloak-dev] Getting client secret in rest

Marko Strukelj mstrukel at redhat.com
Thu Jan 5 11:02:31 EST 2017

Admin REST endpoints purposefully hide any passwords. There is an exception
for client secret - there is an endpoint that will return it to you - the
one used to get a keycloak adapter configuration for a client:




On Thu, Jan 5, 2017 at 4:06 PM, Dekel Aslan <dekela at perfectomobile.com>

> Hello,
> I'm using the Keycloak class and invoking this line:
> String secret = keyCloakClient.realm(realmName).clients().findAll()
> .get(0).getSecret();
> (get(0) gets the client I need)
> but it's always null. For getClientAuthenticatorType() it returns
> "client-secret" as it should, and the UI has the secret in it's credentials
> tab.
> Please advise on how to get the client secret via the object.
> Thanks,
> Dekel.
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