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You can execute this module to get ID Token.

    python -m

To obtain info about this token, run the following commands:

    ID_TOKEN="$(python -m"
    curl "${ID_TOKEN}" -v

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from __future__ import annotations

import json
import os
from typing import TYPE_CHECKING

import google.auth.transport
from google.auth import credentials as google_auth_credentials, environment_vars, exceptions
from google.oauth2 import credentials as oauth2_credentials, service_account

    import google.oauth2

# Valid types accepted for file-based credentials.
# They are taken  from "google.auth._default" and since they are all "protected" and the imports might
# change any time and fail the whole Google provider functionality - we should inline them
_AUTHORIZED_USER_TYPE = "authorized_user"
_SERVICE_ACCOUNT_TYPE = "service_account"
_EXTERNAL_ACCOUNT_TYPE = "external_account"
_EXTERNAL_ACCOUNT_AUTHORIZED_USER_TYPE = "external_account_authorized_user"
_IMPERSONATED_SERVICE_ACCOUNT_TYPE = "impersonated_service_account"
_GDCH_SERVICE_ACCOUNT_TYPE = "gdch_service_account"

[docs]class IDTokenCredentialsAdapter(google_auth_credentials.Credentials): """Convert Credentials with ``openid`` scope to IDTokenCredentials.""" def __init__(self, credentials: oauth2_credentials.Credentials): super().__init__() self.credentials = credentials self.token = credentials.id_token @property
[docs] def expired(self): return self.credentials.expired
[docs] def refresh(self, request): self.credentials.refresh(request) self.token = self.credentials.id_token
def _load_credentials_from_file( filename: str, target_audience: str | None ) -> google_auth_credentials.Credentials | None: """ Loads credentials from a file. The credentials file must be a service account key or a stored authorized user credential. :param filename: The full path to the credentials file. :return: Loaded credentials :raise google.auth.exceptions.DefaultCredentialsError: if the file is in the wrong format or is missing. """ if not os.path.exists(filename): raise exceptions.DefaultCredentialsError(f"File {filename} was not found.") with open(filename) as file_obj: try: info = json.load(file_obj) except json.JSONDecodeError: raise exceptions.DefaultCredentialsError(f"File {filename} is not a valid json file.") # The type key should indicate that the file is either a service account # credentials file or an authorized user credentials file. credential_type = info.get("type") if credential_type == _AUTHORIZED_USER_TYPE: current_credentials = oauth2_credentials.Credentials.from_authorized_user_info( info, scopes=["openid", "email"] ) current_credentials = IDTokenCredentialsAdapter(credentials=current_credentials) return current_credentials elif credential_type == _SERVICE_ACCOUNT_TYPE: try: return service_account.IDTokenCredentials.from_service_account_info( info, target_audience=target_audience ) except ValueError: raise exceptions.DefaultCredentialsError( f"Failed to load service account credentials from {filename}" ) raise exceptions.DefaultCredentialsError( f"The file {filename} does not have a valid type. Type is {credential_type}, " f"expected one of {_VALID_TYPES}." ) def _get_explicit_environ_credentials( target_audience: str | None, ) -> google_auth_credentials.Credentials | None: """Gets credentials from the GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS environment variable.""" explicit_file = os.environ.get(environment_vars.CREDENTIALS) if explicit_file is None: return None current_credentials = _load_credentials_from_file( os.environ[environment_vars.CREDENTIALS], target_audience=target_audience ) return current_credentials def _get_gcloud_sdk_credentials( target_audience: str | None, ) -> google_auth_credentials.Credentials | None: """Gets the credentials and project ID from the Cloud SDK.""" from google.auth import _cloud_sdk # Check if application default credentials exist. credentials_filename = _cloud_sdk.get_application_default_credentials_path() if not os.path.isfile(credentials_filename): return None current_credentials = _load_credentials_from_file(credentials_filename, target_audience) return current_credentials def _get_gce_credentials( target_audience: str | None, request: google.auth.transport.Request | None = None ) -> google_auth_credentials.Credentials | None: """Gets credentials and project ID from the GCE Metadata Service.""" # Ping requires a transport, but we want application default credentials # to require no arguments. So, we'll use the _http_client transport which # uses http.client. This is only acceptable because the metadata server # doesn't do SSL and never requires proxies. # While this library is normally bundled with compute_engine, there are # some cases where it's not available, so we tolerate ImportError. try: from google.auth import compute_engine from google.auth.compute_engine import _metadata except ImportError: return None from google.auth.transport import _http_client if request is None: request = _http_client.Request() if return compute_engine.IDTokenCredentials( request, target_audience, use_metadata_identity_endpoint=True ) return None
[docs]def get_default_id_token_credentials( target_audience: str | None, request: google.auth.transport.Request = None ) -> google_auth_credentials.Credentials: """Gets the default ID Token credentials for the current environment. `Application Default Credentials`_ provides an easy way to obtain credentials to call Google APIs for server-to-server or local applications. .. _Application Default Credentials:\ /identity/protocols/application-default-credentials :param target_audience: The intended audience for these credentials. :param request: An object used to make HTTP requests. This is used to detect whether the application is running on Compute Engine. If not specified, then it will use the standard library http client to make requests. :return: the current environment's credentials. :raises ~google.auth.exceptions.DefaultCredentialsError: If no credentials were found, or if the credentials found were invalid. """ checkers = ( lambda: _get_explicit_environ_credentials(target_audience), lambda: _get_gcloud_sdk_credentials(target_audience), lambda: _get_gce_credentials(target_audience, request), ) for checker in checkers: current_credentials = checker() if current_credentials is not None: return current_credentials raise exceptions.DefaultCredentialsError( f"""Could not automatically determine credentials. Please set {environment_vars.CREDENTIALS} or explicitly create credentials and re-run the application. For more information, please see """.strip() )
if __name__ == "__main__": from google.auth.transport import requests
[docs] request_adapter = requests.Request()
creds = get_default_id_token_credentials(target_audience=None) creds.refresh(request=request_adapter) print(creds.token)

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