How to enable MSAL for Java (MSAL4J) logging in a Spring Boot application

In this blog, I’ll show how to enable MSAL4J logging using the logback framework in a spring boot web application. I’ll use our Azure AD B2C web sample here. The complete code for this blog is on github. Refer to the MSAL for Java logging documentation for more info. There are 3 main things you need to do for logging to work 1) Include the logback package in the pom.xml…

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Walkthrough: MSAL.Net client calling Azure API App with Easy Auth enabled in a B2C tenant

In a previous blog post, I talked about how to use MSAL.Net client application to call an Azure Function App with Easy Auth enabled in a regular tenant. In this post, I’ll describe the process to use an MSAL.Net client application to call a Web API application with Easy Auth enabled in a B2C tenant. I assume you already have an API App created on Azure App Service. If you…

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Testing B2C Resource Owner Password Credentials ( ROPC ) policies using PostMan

Below are the basic steps for using PostMan to test a B2C Resource Owner Password Credentials ( ROPC ) policy. You will need a set of user credentials along with a Application ID of a B2C Native application that will be used to retrieve the token. Obtain the token endpoint from the B2C ROPC Policy 1. In the portal, locate the B2C blades by searching for B2C, then locate the…

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