How to Configure Google Social Identity Provider for Oracle Analytic Cloud
(Doc ID 2813884.1)
Last updated on MAY 20, 2022
Applies to:Oracle Analytics Cloud - Version 106.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Configure Google Social Identity Provider to access Oracle Analytics Cloud
The Google Social Identity Provider uses OAuth 2.0 protocol, which stands for “Open Authorization”, is a standard designed to allow a website or application to access resources hosted by other web apps on behalf of a user.
An OAuth 2.0 flow has the following roles:
Resource Owner: Entity that can grant access to a protected resource. Typically, this is the end-user.
Resource Server: Server hosting the protected resources. This is the API you want to access.
Client: Application requesting access to a protected resource on behalf of the Resource Owner.
Authorization Server: Server that authenticates the Resource Owner and issues access tokens after getting proper authorization. In this case, Auth0.
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