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Authorization Token URL
Authorization server URL configured in your application.
Access Token URL
Access token URL configured in your application.
Client ID of your application.
Client secret of your application.
Specifies access control if the API endpoint has defined custom scopes. Enter space separated scope attributes. For example:
root_readonly root_readwrite manage_app_users
Access Token Parameters
Additional parameters to use with the access token URL. Parameters must be defined in the JSON format. For example:
Authorization Code Parameters
Additional parameters to use with the authorization token URL. Parameters must be defined in the JSON format. For example:
Select an option to send Client ID and Client Secret for authorization either in the request body or in the request header. Default is
Send Client Credentials in Body.
Generate Access Token
Generates access token and refresh token based on the information provided in the above fields.
Enter the access token value or click
Generate Access Tokento populate the access token value.
Enter the refresh token value or click
Generate Access Tokento populate the refresh token value. If the access token is not valid or expires, the Secure Agent fetches a new access token with the help of refresh token.
If the refresh token expires, you must either provide a valid refresh token or regenerate a new refresh token by clicking
Generate Access Token.
Swagger File Path
The absolute path along with the file name or the hosted URL of the swagger specification file.
If you are providing the absolute path of the swagger specification file, the swagger specification file must be located on the machine that hosts the Secure Agent.
You can generate the swagger specification file from
to generate a swagger specification file.
Administrator> Swagger Files
TrustStore File Path
The absolute path of the truststore file that contains the TLS certificate to establish a one-way or two-way secure connection with the REST API. Specify a directory path that is available on each Secure Agent machine in the runtime environment.
You can also configure the truststore file name and password as a JVM option or import the certificate to the following directory:
<Secure Agent installation directory\jre\lib\security\cacerts.
The password for the truststore file that contains the SSL certificate.
You can also configure the truststore password as a JVM option.
KeyStore File Name
The absolute path of the keystore file that contains the keys and certificates required to establish a two-way secure communication with the REST API. Specify a directory path that is available on each Secure Agent machine in the runtime environment.
You can also configure the keystore file name and location as a JVM option or import the certificate to any directory.
The password for the keystore file required for secure communication.
You can also configure the keystore password as a JVM option.
Type of proxy. You can select one of the following options:
The proxy configuration format:
Proxy server with authentication is not supported.
Enter the arguments that the Secure Agent uses when connecting to a REST endpoint. You can specify the following arguments, each separated by a semicolon (
ConnectionTimeout: The wait time in milliseconds to get a response from a REST endpoint. The connection ends after the connection timeout is over. Default is the timeout defined in the endpoint API.
If you define both the REST V2 connection timeout and the endpoint API timeout, the connection ends at the shortest defined timeout.
connectiondelaytime: The delay time in milliseconds to send a request to a REST endpoint. Default is 10000.
retryattempts: Number of times the connection is attempted when 400 and 500 series error codes are returned in the response. Default is 3. Specify 0 to disable the retry attempts.
qualifiedSchema: Specifies if the schema selected is qualified or unqualified. Default is false.