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       Paws::CognitoIdentity::GetOpenIdTokenForDeveloperIdentity - Arguments
       for method GetOpenIdTokenForDeveloperIdentity on	Paws::CognitoIdentity

       This class represents the parameters used for calling the method
       GetOpenIdTokenForDeveloperIdentity on the Amazon	Cognito	Identity
       service.	Use the	attributes of this class as arguments to method

       You shouln't make instances of this class. Each attribute should	be
       used as a named argument	in the call to

       As an example:

	 $service_obj->GetOpenIdTokenForDeveloperIdentity(Att1 => $value1, Att2	=> $value2, ...);

       Values for attributes that are native types (Int, String, Float,	etc)
       can passed as-is	(scalar	values). Values	for complex Types (objects)
       can be passed as	a HashRef. The keys and	values of the hashref will be
       used to instance	the underlying object.

   IdentityId => Str
       A unique	identifier in the format REGION:GUID.

   REQUIRED IdentityPoolId => Str
       An identity pool	ID in the format REGION:GUID.

   REQUIRED Logins => Paws::CognitoIdentity::LoginsMap
       A set of	optional name-value pairs that map provider names to provider
       tokens. Each name-value pair represents a user from a public provider
       or developer provider. If the user is from a developer provider,	the
       name-value pair will follow the syntax "developer_provider_name":
       "developer_user_identifier". The	developer provider is the "domain" by
       which Cognito will refer	to your	users; you provided this domain	while
       creating/updating the identity pool. The	developer user identifier is
       an identifier from your backend that uniquely identifies	a user.	When
       you create an identity pool, you	can specify the	supported logins.

   TokenDuration => Int
       The expiration time of the token, in seconds. You can specify a custom
       expiration time for the token so	that you can cache it. If you don't
       provide an expiration time, the token is	valid for 15 minutes. You can
       exchange	the token with Amazon STS for temporary	AWS credentials, which
       are valid for a maximum of one hour. The	maximum	token duration you can
       set is 24 hours.	You should take	care in	setting	the expiration time
       for a token, as there are significant security implications: an
       attacker	could use a leaked token to access your	AWS resources for the
       token's duration.

       This class forms	part of	Paws, documenting arguments for	method
       GetOpenIdTokenForDeveloperIdentity in Paws::CognitoIdentity

       The source code is located here:

       Please report bugs to:

perl v5.32.1	  Paws::CognitoIdentity::GetOpenIdTokenForDeveloperIdentity(3)


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