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Configure eSignet

In this section, we have listed the properties that may change from implementation to implementation. All the properties used by eSignet with their default values can be found in the esignet-default.properties.

Basic Configurations

These are very basic configuration properties of the eSignet service. Most of them are set to ideal values by default.
  • Generated ID token expiry time in seconds mosip.esignet.id-token-expire-seconds=3600
  • Generated access token expiry time in seconds mosip.esignet.access-token-expire-seconds=3600
  • Switch off or on the captcha token validation in the send OTP request mosip.esignet.send-otp.captcha-required=false
  • Time gap allowed between authentication and consent capture in seconds mosip.esignet.authentication-expire-in-secs
  • Applicable for QR code-based login: QR code is embedded with link-code which is used by wallet apps to link transactions between the wallet app and the browser. This is the property to define the lifetime of a link code in seconds. mosip.esignet.link-code-expire-in-secs=600
  • Regex to validate the input client ID mosip.esignet.supported-id-regex=\\S*
  • e-Signet uses logback for logging. The log level of the application can be easily changed with this property. logging.level.io.mosip.esignet=INFO

OAuth and OpenID

  • Property to define the list of authorize scopes mosip.esignet.supported.authorize.scopes={'manage-resident-vid'}
  • Property to define the list of OpenId scopes mosip.esignet.supported.openid.scopes={'profile','email','phone'}
  • Property to define the OpenId scopes and user claim mappings mosip.esignet.openid.scope.claims={'profile' : {'name','picture','gender','birthdate','address'},'email' : {'email'}, 'phone' : {'phone_number'}}
To know more about the claims supported by eSignet, go through our claims documentation.
  • OAuth configuration's well-known endpoint is based on the below configuration property. This holds the map which is exactly the same as the oauth-authorization-server's well-known spec. mosip.esignet.oauth.key-values
  • OIDC configuration well known endpoint is based on the below configuration property. This holds the map which is exactly the same as the openid-configuration's well-known spec. mosip.esignet.discovery.key-values

VC Issuance

  • Property to define the list of supported credential scopes mosip.esignet.supported.credential.scopes={'sample_vc_ldp'}
  • Client nonce used in VCI flow expiry in seconds mosip.esignet.cnonce-expire-seconds=20
  • OIDC VCI configuration well known endpoint is based on the below configuration property. This holds the map which is exactly the same as the openid-credential-issuer well-known spec. mosip.esignet.vci.key-values

Cache

eSignet uses a cache to store all the details about UI transactions which are identified with a transactionId. eSignet uses the spring-cache abstraction library. Hence e-Signet could be connected with any spring-cache abstraction supported cache server.
  • By default, it is set to simple to use springs default in-memory cache spring.cache.type=simple
  • e-Signet transitions the transaction details from one cache to another cache based on the transaction stage. Here is the list of caches maintained in eSignet mosip.esignet.cache.names=clientdetails,preauth,authenticated,authcodegenerated,userinfo,linkcodegenerated,linked,linkedcode,linkedauth,consented,authtokens,bindingtransaction,vcissuance
  • Property to set the max size of cache mosip.esignet.cache.size
This is applicable only for simple cache type
  • Property to set the Time To Live(TTL) per cache, applicable to both Redis and simple cache mosip.esignet.cache.expire-in-seconds
For cache other than redis and simple, based on the cache native TTL support a separate cache configuration should be added. Find the Redis cache config here.

Plugin Integrations

In eSignet, we use runtime plugins to connect with external ID systems or VC Issuers. As per design we only load one implementation of the plugin interface.
The below properties define the plugin packages to be scanned and which implementations should be loaded into the spring context.
  • Comma-separated list of plugin implementation packages to scan by spring mosip.esignet.integration.scan-base-package=io.mosip.esignet.mock.integration
  • Authenticator plugin implementation is a conditional scanned bean based on the property below mosip.esignet.integration.authenticator=MockAuthenticationService
  • Key binder plugin implementation is a conditional scanned bean based on the property below mosip.esignet.integration.key-binder=MockKeyBindingWrapperService
  • Audit plugin implementation is a conditional scanned bean based on the property below mosip.esignet.integration.audit-plugin=LoggerAuditService
  • VCI plugin implementation is a conditional scanned bean based on the property below mosip.esignet.integration.vci-plugin=MockVCIssuancePlugin
Plugins may also have configurations defined. All those properties should be added in the esignet-default.properties.
Configuration properties with respect to mock plugins and MOSIP IDA plugins are by default added in the esignet-default.properties file in mosip-config repository.

Key Manager

The key manager connects with the configured keystore. Below are the configurations used:
  • Type of keystore, Supported Types: PKCS11, PKCS12, Offline, JCE mosip.kernel.keymanager.hsm.keystore-type=PKCS11
  • For PKCS11 provide Path of config file. For PKCS12 keystore type provide the p12/pfx file path. P12 file will be created internally so provide only the file path & file name. For Offline & JCE property can be left blank, and specified value will be ignored. mosip.kernel.keymanager.hsm.config-path=/config/softhsm-application.conf
  • Passkey of keystore for PKCS11, PKCS12.For Offline & JCE proer can be left blank. JCE passwords use other JCE-specific properties. mosip.kernel.keymanager.hsm.keystore-pass
Most of the other key manager configurations need not be changed.

eSignet UI

List of properties used by the eSignet UI to render the UI accordingly.
  • The below property holds the map of ui properties with default values mosip.esignet.ui.config.key-values.
Here is the list of keys used in the mosip.esignet.ui.config.key-values property.

SBI for Biometric Authentication

  • sbi.env - By default, SBI env is set to 'Develop'
  • sbi.port.range - Port range to scan for any running SBI
  • sbi.timeout.DISC - Timeout for SBI discovery endpoint in seconds
  • sbi.timeout.DINFO - Timeout for SBI device info endpoint in seconds
  • sbi.timeout.CAPTURE - Timeout for SBI capture endpoint in seconds
  • sbi.capture.count.face - count is set to 1
  • sbi.capture.count.finger - Number of fingers to be captured
  • sbi.capture.count.iris - Number of iris to be captured
  • sbi.capture.score.face - Quality score threshold for face
  • sbi.capture.score.finger - Quality score threshold for finger
  • sbi.capture.score.iris - Quality score threshold for iris
  • sbi.bio.subtypes.iris - Biometric attribute name to be captured, otherwise it is set to 'UNKNOWN'
  • sbi.bio.subtypes.finger - Biometric attribute name to be captured, otherwise it is set to 'UNKNOWN'

Login Components

  • send.otp.channels - Comma-separated channels list, through which OTP will be sent
  • resend.otp.delay.secs - Timer to enable resend OTP button
  • otp.length - Length of the OTP
  • password.regex - Regex for UI validation
  • linked-transaction-expire-in-secs - Number of seconds allowed for a linked transaction to complete in the wallet APP.
  • wallet.qr-code-buffer-in-secs - New QR code will be autogenerated before the expiry of the current QR code, this property defines the time difference in seconds.
  • wallet.qr-code.auto-refresh-limit - Limit for the QR code auto-refresh.
  • wallet.config - List of wallets to be displayed for QR code-based login
  • consent.screen.timeout-in-secs - Timer on the consent page which will expire in the given second
  • consent.screen.timeout-buffer-in-secs - Buffer time for the consent screen expiry timer

Captcha

  • captcha.enable - Comma-separated components list, where the captcha should be shown. Currently only supports the OTP page.
  • captcha.sitekey - Site Key used to generate captcha.
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