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Auth0 Rules: access to accessToken from inside Rule code

When talking about the 4-step flow of Rules on the guide page, item #4 says:

Blockquote 4. 1. The ID Token and/or Access Token is passed through the Rules pipeline, then sent to the app.

Do we have access to the Access Token from inside the Rule? I was hoping to use the AccessToken JWT to reach my API, but may have to use a generic API key if not.

I know the context object has a property called ‘accessToken’, but that’s just an object representing the options defined on the Access Token, like claims and scope, but not the access token itself

https://auth0.com/docs/rules/references/context-object

Hey there @miketeix!

That is correct. I checked the documentation and you indeed using context object properties have access to access token properties but not the access token itself.

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I’m getting “Forbidden” while trying to create a Rule, any idea why?

function (user, context, callback) {
user.app_metadata = user.app_metadata || {};
context.accessToken[‘accounthq.com/tenantId’] = user.app_metadata.tenant;
return callback(null, user, context);
}

Hey @miketeix!

Can you send me your tenant name via private message?

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I think the reason might be that the namespace needs to be in the URI format:

http://accounthq.com/

nailed it! Thanks man!

Perfect! Glad you have it working!

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