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Details of table(s) used to store AAD authentication tokens


Details of table(s) used to store AAD authentication tokens

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tristan.slaughter
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Hi

Does anyone know the names of the SQL Server tables and their field definitions that are used to store Azure Active Directory authentication tokens?

Are these pre-defined system tables or do I need to set these up myself?

The article at the link below contains the following:

"Now add a class named EFADALContext.cs into the Utils folder. This class will derive from Entity Framework’s DbContext class and handle mapping the PerWebUserCache object to the proper table in SQL Server."

I am trying to find out the name and field definitions of this particular table in SQL Server so that I can write a SQL script to create it.

https://weblogs.asp.net/dwahlin/adding-azure-active-directory-and-owin-code-into-an-angularjs-asp-net-mvc-application-to-handle-user-authentication

Thanks in advance
Tristan
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The Table name will be like UserTokenCache. It will be generated by the system itself.

The columns in the table are

UserTokenCacheId - int, not null
webUserUniqueId - nvarchar(max),null
cacheBits -varbinary(max),null)
LastWrite- datetime,not null

Hope this Helps,
Jay
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