Yes you can. This is a limitation of Intel Identity Services' asynchronous mode. You can use synchronous mode to overcome this situation. See Sync vs. Async mode in the Intel Identity Services documentation for more information.
Intel® Cloud Services Platform Developer FAQs - Intel Identity Services
- After providing sign-in credentials, my users see a webpage with this message: "You can now close this page and go back to your application." Can I avoid this page?
- I registered with Intel Cloud Services Platform but don’t remember which email I joined with.
- Why would my token be invalid?
- The service returned a "token not specified" error. What should I do?
- I get an "invalid_request" error while trying to use /auth via a REST client. What should I do?
- What are Intel Identity Services?
- Which platforms are supported?
- What standards are the Intel Identity Services based on?
- What about technical support?
We can help you out. Please contact our support team.
Intel Identity Services deem access tokens invalid for two reasons:
This means that the request specified an invalid access token, or no token at all. Check your code to make sure that you are using the appropriate access token, received from a previous POST on https://api.intel.com/identity/v1/token.
See Authenticating and authorizing for more information.
Make sure you are using the Client ID and Client Secret as they appear in your Dashboard. See Developer Dashboard Tutorial for more information.
Intel Identity Services allows users to create online profiles and manage personal information on the Internet. Users can easily log on to Intel services (such as recommendation or commerce services) and to third-party applications that use those services. They do not need to create a separate Intel user ID or password—and can sign in using an existing ID from sites such as Facebook*, Google+*, and Yahoo!*.
For developers, Intel Identity Services provide a mechanism to build apps that use one set of identity services to carry users across devices and platforms. We understand that managing and storing data associated with user profiles can get very cumbersome. These identity services were built to provide simpler data management, storage, and user profile management.
This is a cloud service: it is cross platform and not device specific. You can use it to build hosted web applications or native applications running on laptops, smartphones, and tablets. The only requirement for the platform is that it has a web browser, and that it can perform HTTP requests.
Intel Identity Services are based on widely adopted identity standards, including OAuth and SAML.
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