Console management of an Apigility Doctrine OAuth2 server
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Console Management of an Apigility Doctrine OAuth2 server

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Version 1.x is for php 5.5 to 7.0. Version 2.0 and up is for PHP 7.1 and up.


This repository provides console routes to manage a headless OAuth2 server.


Installation of this module uses composer. For composer documentation, please refer to

$ php composer.phar require api-skeletons/zf-oauth2-doctrine-console "*"

Add this module to your application's configuration:

'modules' => array(

Console Routes

  • oauth2:client:create Create a new client with or without a user.

  • oauth2:client:update Update a client.

  • oauth2:client:delete Delete a client.

  • oauth2:client:list List all clients.

  • oauth2:scope:create Create a scope.

  • oauth2:scope:update Update a scope.

  • oauth2:scope:delete Delete a scope.

  • oauth2:scope:list List all scopes.

  • oauth2:public-key:create Create the public/private key record for the given client. This data is used to sign JWT access tokens. Each client may have only one key pair.

  • oauth2:public-key:delete Remove the key pair public key from a client.

  • oauth2:jwt:create Create a new JWT for a given client. This JWT will be used by an oauth2 connection requesting a grant_type of urn:ietf:params:oauth:grant-type:jwt-bearer. Creating the JWT puts the oauth2 connection request's public key in place in the OAuth2 tables.

  • oauth2:jwt:delete Delete a JWT.

  • oauth2:jwt:list List all JWT.

For the connecting side of JWT, zf-oauth2-client provides a command line tool to generate a JWT reqeust. See also