Removes a client ID from an OpenID Connect (OIDC) identity provider (IdP).

Description

This topic provides an example on how to remove the client ID 498469743454717**** from the OIDC IdP named TestOIDCProvider.

Debugging

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Request parameters

Parameter Type Required Example Description
Action String Yes RemoveClientIdFromOIDCProvider

The operation that you want to perform. Set the value to RemoveClientIdFromOIDCProvider.

OIDCProviderName String Yes TestOIDCProvider

The name of the OIDC IdP.

ClientId String Yes 498469743454717****

The client ID that you want to remove.

The client ID can contain letters, digits, and special characters and cannot start with the special characters. The special characters are periods, (.), hyphens (-), underscores (_), colons (:), and forward slashes (/).

The client ID can be up to 64 characters in length.

For more information about common request parameters, see Common parameters.

Response parameters

Parameter Type Example Description
RequestId String EC9A8F3B-AFA5-5C8F-999D-F97BC7CF1FC5

The ID of the request.

OIDCProvider Object

The information about the OIDC IdP.

UpdateDate String 2021-11-12T08:38:29Z

The time when the OIDC IdP was modified. The time is displayed in UTC.

Description String This is a new OIDC Provider.

The description of the OIDC IdP.

OIDCProviderName String TestOIDCProvider

The name of the OIDC IdP.

CreateDate String 2021-11-11T06:56:03Z

The time when the OIDC IdP was created. The time is displayed in UTC.

Arn String acs:ram::177242285274****:oidc-provider/TestOIDCProvider

The Alibaba Cloud Resource Name (ARN) of the OIDC IdP.

IssuerUrl String https://dev-xxxxxx.okta.com

The URL of the issuer.

Fingerprints String 902ef2deeb3c5b13ea4c3d5193629309e231****

The fingerprint of the HTTPS certificate. If multiple fingerprints are returned, the fingerprints are separated by commas (,).

ClientIds String 598469743454717****

The ID of the client. If multiple client IDs are returned, the client IDs are separated by commas (,).

GmtCreate String 1636613763000

The timestamp when the OIDC IdP was created.

GmtModified String 1636706309000

The timestamp when the OIDC IdP was modified.

Examples

Sample requests

https://[Endpoint]/?Action=RemoveClientIdFromOIDCProvider
&OIDCProviderName=TestOIDCProvider
&ClientId=498469743454717****
&<Common request parameters>

Sample success responses

XML format

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type:application/xml

<RemoveClientIdFromOIDCProviderResponse>
    <RequestId>EC9A8F3B-AFA5-5C8F-999D-F97BC7CF1FC5</RequestId>
    <OIDCProvider>
        <UpdateDate>2021-11-12T08:38:29Z</UpdateDate>
        <Description>This is a new OIDC Provider.</Description>
        <OIDCProviderName>TestOIDCProvider</OIDCProviderName>
        <CreateDate>2021-11-11T06:56:03Z</CreateDate>
        <Arn>acs:ram::177242285274****:oidc-provider/TestOIDCProvider</Arn>
        <IssuerUrl>https://dev-xxxxxx.okta.com</IssuerUrl>
        <Fingerprints>902ef2deeb3c5b13ea4c3d5193629309e231****</Fingerprints>
        <ClientIds>598469743454717****</ClientIds>
        <GmtCreate>1636613763000</GmtCreate>
        <GmtModified>1636706309000</GmtModified>
    </OIDCProvider>
</RemoveClientIdFromOIDCProviderResponse>

JSON format

HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Content-Type:application/json

{
  "RequestId" : "EC9A8F3B-AFA5-5C8F-999D-F97BC7CF1FC5",
  "OIDCProvider" : {
    "UpdateDate" : "2021-11-12T08:38:29Z",
    "Description" : "This is a new OIDC Provider.",
    "OIDCProviderName" : "TestOIDCProvider",
    "CreateDate" : "2021-11-11T06:56:03Z",
    "Arn" : "acs:ram::177242285274****:oidc-provider/TestOIDCProvider",
    "IssuerUrl" : "https://dev-xxxxxx.okta.com",
    "Fingerprints" : "902ef2deeb3c5b13ea4c3d5193629309e231****",
    "ClientIds" : "598469743454717****",
    "GmtCreate" : "1636613763000",
    "GmtModified" : "1636706309000"
  }
}

Error codes

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