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Access Tokens in Facebook Login for the Web At the end of the login process, an access token is generated. This access token is the thing that’s passed along with every API call as proof that the call was made by a specific person from a specific app.
A session info access token is an access token tied to a Facebook Login session that does not grant access to user data. You can create a session info access token from a long-lived access token. A session info access token will become invalid when the session associated with the original access token expires or is invalidated.
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Jan 05, 2016 · The Facebook login request returns user id + short lived access token (client side). Use the server side Facebook SDK to check the validity of the access token (will return user_id and app_id fields if valid). You can trust the user_id field returned from the Facebook API to check against your existing user database.
The Facebook ID of the Page you want to access To get a Page access token, send a GET request to the /PAGE-ID endpoint using your User access token. Replace PAGE-ID and USER-ACCESS-TOKEN with your information. curl -i -X GET "https://graph.facebook.com/PAGE-ID? fields=access_token& access_token=USER-ACCESS-TOKEN"
When your app uses Facebook Login to authenticate someone, it receives a User access token. If your app uses one of the Facebook SDKs, this token lasts for about 60 days. However, the SDKs automatically refresh the token whenever the person uses your app, so the tokens expire 60 days after last use.