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OAuth Grant Types

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Learn about the two-legged and three-legged flows, as well as the client types used in these flows. This videos forms part of the Oracle Cloud Primer Series. For more details visit the Cloud Primer Playlist at: http://bit.ly/cloud_primers ================================= To improve the video quality, click the gear icon and set the Quality to 1080p/720p HD. For more information, see http://www.oracle.com/goto/oll Copyright © 2017 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Other names may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the “Materials”). The Materials are provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
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KyuWoo Choi (1 month ago)
1:53 Client credential grant type 2:34 Resource owner password grant type 3:26 Authorization code grant type 5:01 Implicit grant type 5:48 Which grant type for your application?
Brendon Stephens (2 months ago)
Good video but it goes through the content way too fast.
R (1 year ago)
I could not follow Authorization grant type and Implicit Grant was completely went over my head. Did not understand a single thing about it. Although video remains good with high quality animations and nice explanation of remaining grant types.
Pavan Kumar (2 months ago)
Same here!!!
hassan nisar (4 months ago)
this is what i get authorization code (for client that are able to interact with user ) js apps or thired party apps client application redirect user to the -- (with redirect url, and application url) login page provided by authentication server the user login and the authentication server redirect back to the client application with authorization code in url pram the client application then send the authorization code to the server for its own ( client application ) authentication authentication server check that this is the same application that redirected the user to me (authentication server) and this client application did get the authorization code, authentication server issue access token that can be used by this client application to access resources
In Otter Words (1 year ago)
Thank you so much for making such a high-quality video.
Oleksandr Golovatyi (1 year ago)
Very nice content, but I don't think its a good idea to put all of the grant types into one presentation. I wish there could be more real life scenarios per each type. The high speed of the speech and switching the slides does not help to get it more clear for a novice
gaurav wadhwa (1 year ago)
Not to be slow and video is at very high level and not in proper flow
Stuart Blair (1 year ago)
At 5:11, the token_type returned to the 3rd party application in the redirect uri has the token_type=example. Not sure that's right. I know the point is that it's an example, but it might be an idea to give an example of an actual token type here. For example, a bearer token.
Marcelo Henrique (1 year ago)
Very nice video, in all aspects. I often find 50+ minute videos about OAuth and you've managed to explain it very well in a short time. thanks! Just one question. At 4:39, shouldn't the client (our server) send send the client_secret along in the request to the authentication server? Thanks in advance

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