This is the required client ID used to confirm the audience of an OIDC provider's ID token.
The user-friendly display name to the current configuration. This name is also used as the provider label in the Cloud Console.
Whether the current provider configuration is enabled or disabled. A user cannot sign in using a disabled provider.
This is the required provider issuer used to match the provider issuer of
the ID token and to determine the corresponding OIDC discovery document, eg.
This is needed for the following:
- To verify the provided issuer.
- Determine the authentication/authorization endpoint during the OAuth `id_token` authentication flow.
- To retrieve the public signing keys via `jwks_uri` to verify the OIDC provider's ID token's signature.
- To determine the claims_supported to construct the user attributes to be returned in the additional user info response.
The provider ID defined by the developer.
For a SAML provider, this is always prefixed by
For an OIDC provider, this is always prefixed by