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prisma token exp option when it's generated #4016

marticrespi opened this Issue Feb 7, 2019 · 2 comments


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commented Feb 7, 2019

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.
I would like to add the expiration time on the token when we generating it or avoid its generation. If I generate one with prisma token, it's valid one week, and I would like to generate a token that doesn't expires. If I modify this generated token with, for example, JWT Debugger and remove or change the exp property, prisma always respons me with an error:

  "errors": [
      "message": "Your token is invalid. It might have expired or you might be using a token from a different project.",
      "code": 3015,
      "requestId": "local:cjruewhxv001l0710waj2b8pb"

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I would like to a persistent token, because my prisma server will not be public, only it will be requested through another proxy server but I want a token to do it that it doesn't expires to protect it a little.


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commented Feb 7, 2019

Ok you can surely generate one with

Here are the steps:

  1. open
  2. generate a new token and paste it in the debugger
  3. now modify the exp to a very long date on the decoded panel(It is a UNIX timestamp)
  4. Now paste your service secret(it is in prisma.yml) in the secret section
  5. Copy the new token from the encoded section

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commented Feb 22, 2019

Even though this is closed, wanted to leave a note here for the generations that come after me:

Don't use whitespace in your secret: there seems to be inconsistencies when Prisma generates/matches a token to the secret if you do. I spend a few hours trying to figure out why only Prisma-generated token would work, but turns out everything was good to go once I changed to a new secret without whitespace.

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