OAuth enables authorization of clients by generating an Access Token and then by verifying the Access Token instead of relying on a specific password.
OAuth 2.0 specification defines four grant types: authorization code, implicit, resource owner password credentials, and client credentials to obtain the access token.
The sections below explain policies available under OAUTH:
OAuth Authorization EndPoint and OAuth Token EndPoint policies are used to create Authorization and Token EndPoint projects respectively. These endpoints can be used to get authorization codes and access tokens.