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  1. Spring Social
  2. SOCIAL-349

Support non-standard parameters to authorization URLs.

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      Some OAuth implementations offer proprietary features through non-standard authorization parameters.

      LinkedIn, for example, supports an OAuth2-like "scope" parameter even though LinkedIn's OAuth implementation is version 1.0a. Without being able to specify a scope, it is not possible to fetch certain data for a user...the user's email address, for instance.

      Spring Social should support non-standard authorization parameters at authorization/provider-authentication time to allow for provider-specific extensions to the OAuth authorization protocol.

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            • Assignee:
              habuma Craig Walls
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              habuma Craig Walls
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