GRAPHQL_JWT_SECRET_KEY. If you plug a Ghostwriter JWT into a debugger like the one at https://jwt.io/, you will see something similar to the following:
loginmutation, a type of GraphQL query that performs a server-side action. The resulting JWT holds the same privileges as the authenticated user.
Authorizationheader of future requests.
JWT_EXPIRATION_DELTAto a new time delta (e.g.,
loginmutation is they have user-defined expiration dates. They are intended to be used for long-running automation tasks, like operational logging. If an expiration date is not set they do not expire until revoked.
Authorization: Bearer TOKEN
401 Unauthorizedresponse with an error like this:
publicrole with the username
anonymous. This is not a real user or role and is only used to manage access to resources designed to be accessed without authentication.
anonymoususer is the