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Auth via device ID

post/oauth2/login/device/{device_type}

Authenticates a user via a particular device ID.

Request
path Parameters
device_type
required
string

Type of the device.

Enum: "android" "ios"
query Parameters
client_id
required
integer

Your application ID. Get it after creating an OAuth 2.0 client.

response_type
required
string

Grant type used in your project that has the enabled OAuth 2.0 protocol. Must be code to get the user authentication code in the response. The received code must be exchanged to a JWT via the Generate JWT call to finish user authentication.

state
required
string

Value used for additional user verification. Often used to mitigate CSRF Attacks. The value will be returned in the response. Must be longer than 8 symbols.

redirect_uri
string

URL to redirect the user to after account confirmation, successful authentication, or password reset confirmation. To set up this parameter, contact your Account Manager.

Notice. The parameter is required if you have more than one redirect URI in your project settings.
scope
string

Scope is a mechanism in OAuth 2.0 to limit an application’s access to a user’s account.

Can be:

  • email for Auth via social network or Get link for social auth calls to request an email from the user additionally.
  • offline to use refresh_token from Generate JWT call to refresh the JWT when it is expired.
  • playfab to write SessionTicket to the session_ticket claim of the JWT if you store user data at PlayFab.

If you process your own values of the scope parameter, that are not mentioned above, you can set them when using this call. The Xsolla Login server does not process these values, but returns them in the received JWT.

Request Body schema: application/json
device
required
string <= 100 characters

Manufacturer and model name of the device.

device_id
required
string [ 16 .. 36 ] characters

Device ID:

Responses
200

OK

400

Bad Request

401

Unauthorized

404

Not Found

422

Unprocessable Entity

429

Too Many Requests

Request samples
application/json
{
  • "device": "ONEPLUS A6003",
  • "device_id": "1AF516EFACD646F6"
}
Response samples
application/json
{
  • "login_url": "string"
}