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Revocation Endpoint

The revocation endpoint is an endpoint to revoke Mytokens. All representations of mytokens can be revoked.

Revocation Request

To revoke a mytoken the client makes a revocation request to the revocation endpoint by adding the following parameters using the application/json or application/x-www-form-urlencoded format in the HTTP request entity-body:

Parameter Necessity Description
token REQUIRED The token to be revoked. Can contain a JWT mytoken, short mytoken, or transfer code; the server automatically discovers the type.
recursive OPTIONAL Indicates if token should be revoked recursively. Default is false.
oidc_issuer RECOMMENDED The issuer URL of the OpenID Provider for which the token was issued.


POST /api/v0/token/revoke HTTP/1.1
Content-Type: application/json

    "token": "eyJhbGcio...",
    "recursive": true,
    "oidc_issuer": ""

The recursive Parameter

The recursive parameter indicates if the passed token should be revoked recursively. This means that also all subtokens (mytokens, short_mytokens, and transfer_codes) are revoked recursively.

Revocation Response

On success, the server responses with the HTTP status code 204. If the client sent an invalid token, the server does not send an error, since the presented token is invalid after the request. The server does not send a response body.


HTTP/1.1 204 OK

Last update: August 23, 2022 06:19:07
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