can you just write the new secret to the database directly? In the table IDENTITY_PROVIDER_CONFIG, there are columns IDENTITY_PROVIDER_ID, NAME, VALUE and you should look for a row where IDENTITY_PROVIDER_ID is the internal ID of your identity provider and the NAME is “clientSecret”. VALUE should contain the old secret and you have to update it.
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are you saying you are using the default h2 db in production? That is not a recommended setup, it is just for development.
You should really use a proper DB like PostgreSQL.
Nevertheless you can connect to an H2 database using the H2 Console, see http://www.h2database.com/html/tutorial.html#tutorial_starting_h2_console