Use the user token, your app ID and app secret to make the following call from your server to Facebooks serversThe resulting page access token will not have any expiry time. Using Long-Lived Tokens on Web Clients. AlexandrBasan/Never expiring Facebook Page Access Token.txt. Last active Aug 22, 2017.I pasted this into the Access Token box. Then entered into the Get input box MY FACEBOOKUSERID/accounts (without quotes). Facebook gives short-lived, long-lived access tokens. I prefer to generate long-lived access token just to get rid of the expiry date and monitoring effort required for it.Generate user access token by clicking on "Get Access Token" button, this will create short-lived user access token. By default, when you request a user access token, Facebook will return a short-lived access token which will expire in 2 hours.In order to extend your short-lived access token with a long-lived access token, youll need to use the new AccessToken entity from the SDK (see below). Facebook app (NOT user) access token expiration - Stack Overflow — Jan 25, 2012 Per the Facebook documentation: An App Access Token is signed using your app secret and will not expire it will be invalidated if you. Luke is it possible if we can get a new access token before expiry time but without user interaction i.e no login again!Have a look here developers.
facebook.com/docs/facebook-login/access- tokens It looks like "Even the long-lived access token will eventually expire. I managed to complete the facebook access token request and activation by using Bookmarklet method. They suppose to do it, but the app company will need to login into my facebook and I really dont want that.For example, a long-lived user access token has an expiry of 60 days. i do not want to ask the users of the app to uninstall the Facebook app if they have installed. kindly let me the solution to this problem. Thanks, Punit. If you put permission offline access, the token expiry is 0. Facebook access tokens expire.Facebook access tokens expire. Would GameSparks detect the user as the same if he will be authenticated with new access token after expiration of old one? Im quite familiar with User Access Tokens, but not with Page Access Tokens. Does anybody know how long the Page Access Token remains valid? All I can find on the Facebook website is this succinct paragraph, which doesnt mention anything about its expiry. Today, Facebook is removing the offlineaccess permission from their API and changing how access tokens expire. You previously could give a Facebook app permission to do things like post to your timeline indefinitely, but now permissions like these expire after sixty days. what should be my strategy to regain the new Long-Lived User Access Token , once my existing Long-Lived Access Token gets expired ? Without user-interaction, theres no other way you can get the short-lived access token and hence long-lived access token. Use the user token, your app ID and app secret to make the following call from your server to Facebooks serversThe resulting page access token will not have any expiry time. Using Long-Lived Tokens on Web Clients. Access tokens are needed to make calls on facebook graph api. Before that user has to allow offlineaccess permissions to your app.
"Fatal error: Uncaught OAuthException: Error validating access token. thrown in facebook.php on line 543". Im quite familiar with User Access Tokens, but not with Page Access Tokens. Does anybody know how long the Page Access Token remains valid? All I can find on the Facebook website is this succinct paragraph, which doesnt mention anything about its expiry. By default, most access tokens expire after a short time period to ensure applications only make requests on behalf of the user when the are actively using the application. This permission makes the access token returned by our OAuth endpoint long-lived. Note that Facebook is now deprecating the offlineaccess permission in favor of tokens for which you can request an "upgrade" to the expiry.If the application has obtained offlineaccess permission from the user, the access token does not have an expiry. Using a user access token will post content as the Facebook user (not the page) and will also allow anyone with database access to potentially compromise that users personal account.