OAuth is an open standard for authentication, commonly used as a way for users to log in to third party websites using their Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, etc. accounts without exposing their password. One vendor that provides OAuth authentication is Google. For example, when linked to Google for authentication, users are prompted to login to Google instead of App Portal.
To configure OAuth 2.0 authentication for your App Portal site, perform the following steps:
To configure OAuth 2.0 authentication:
Logon to your identity provider platform’s web site and open the page containing your account settings.
In your identity provider platform, provide this URL for redirecting to App Portal after sign in: