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OAM OAuth Service Endpoint Public Key Certificate (Doc ID 2506259.1)

Last updated on MARCH 15, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Mobile and Social - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal version, OAuth Server

In regards to OAM OAuth Service endpoint public key certificate

The client that starts the oauth flow and receives the token needs to validate the token signature. To do this, you need to obtain the public part of the certificate that has signed the token in OAM. It tells us that in other OAuth service providers, there is available a URL in which the public part of this certificate is published, so that customers can obtain it at any time. Is there a URL of this type available in OAM?
We have launched an integration with OAM through OAuth. Those responsible for the application that has been integrated need a URL to obtain the public part of the certificate that has signed the token. Is there a service in OAM? I have managed to manage the part of the certificate public manually but they need to have it in a URL.


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