Checks if a user has already logged in via a service. If they have, you will receive an OAuth 2.0 authorization code without user participation. Used in Single Sign-on.
Your application ID. Get it after creating an OAuth 2.0 client.
Value used for additional user verification. Often used to mitigate CSRF Attacks. The value will be returned in the response. Must be longer than 8 symbols.
Grant type used in your project that has the enabled OAuth 2.0 protocol. Must be
Scope is a mechanism in OAuth 2.0 to limit an application’s access to a user’s account.
If you process your own values of the
URL to redirect the user to after account confirmation, successful authentication, or password reset confirmation. To set up this parameter, contact your Account Manager.
The parameter is required if you have more than one redirect URI in your project settings.
Too Many Requests
- "login_url": "string"