Difference between revisions of "OAuth"

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::1. From the Manage Administrators screen, click the padlock icon to edit Security Settings for your own Administrator record. In the "Registered API client applications" sections, click the "Register New Application" button:
  
::1. From the Manage Administrators screen, click the padlock icon to edit Security Settings for your own Administrator record.  In the "Registered API client applications" sections, click the "Register New Application" button:
 
  
  
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::2. There should now be one "registered client application", similar to the following screenshot but with different "client_id" and "client_secret" values:
 
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Latest revision as of 17:06, 24 June 2015

1. From the Manage Administrators screen, click the padlock icon to edit Security Settings for your own Administrator record. In the "Registered API client applications" sections, click the "Register New Application" button:


Oauth1.png


2. There should now be one "registered client application", similar to the following screenshot but with different "client_id" and "client_secret" values:


Oauth2.png