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The Jira OAuth/OpenID server app can be used to allow users to sign in to your client application with their Jira account. Here we will go through a guide to configure an OAuth/OpenID client on your Jira and by the end of this guide, users will be able to login to your application using the Jira credentials.
To integrate your OAuth/OpenID Client Application with Jira Server, you need the following items:
Follow the steps given below to register your client application on the Jira OAuth/OpenID server.
|Client ID||This is used to identify the client application on the server (Configure OAuth/OpenID Client tab)|
|Client Secret||This is used by the Client to authenticate to the server (Configure OAuth/OpenID Client tab)|
|Scope||email - for OAuth clients.
openid - for OpenID clients.
|Authorization Endpoint||This is used by client to receive authorization code. (Server endpoints tab)|
|Token Endpoint||This is used by the clients to receive tokens. (access token and ID Token) (Server endpoints tab)|
|User Info Endpoint||This is used by the Oauth clients to fetch user information.(Server endpoints tab)|
|Public Key||It is used by the client to verify the signature of the OAuth server. (Server endpoints tab)|
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