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Nov
14
3 months ago
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you rock man ! thank's a lot

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Hello. By following your information as well as the official documentation, I was able to set up the API and everything works as I wanted. I just have a small problem, if I try to access a protected route without giving a valid token, I have an error: "Symfony \ Component \ Routing \ Exception \ RouteNotFoundException: Route [login] not defined" This route does not actually exist and I do not want it to exist. In this case I just want to return a json with a "token not supplied or invalid" error message. Do you know how I can do this? Again I can not find anything about it ... Thank you

Nov
13
3 months ago
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Hi guys,

@BezhanSalleh I don't know about JetStream. But indeed I share the point of view of @rodrigo.pedra insofar as my goal is to make applications communicate with the API independently of connected users. Concretely, this involves making technical vehicle information (unified repository) available for various sales or management applications. In any case, thank you for taking the time to answer me !

@rodrigo.pedra To begin with, thank you for your suggestion. Indeed it seems that this is exactly what I need. I'm not sure how I got past this by reading the Passport doc, but hey ... A big thank you for that! Then, I would like to thank you especially for the format of your answer. A lot of people would just say to me "look at Laravel Passport's Client Credentials Grant Tokens", you took the time to explain the different steps in detail to me and I find that very generous. So really, a big thank you to you

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Hello,

I would like to provide an API to centralize information used by different applications. I obviously found tons of tutorials on the net to learn how to implement Passport on a Laravel project. But this technique requires going through a User with a login and a password. However, these are applications that will consume my API, not users. So I would like each application to have a unique key (and possibly revocable) and that the authentication on the API is done only with this key to retrieve the connection token. This system seems relatively classic to me, but I can't find anything that explains how to do this with Laravel. I don't understand why a User would be needed to authenticate an application ... Anyone have a lead or even a good tutorial to do what I want? Thank you all Aurelian