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Apigee OAuth support is implemented in a set of OAuth policies. Developers configuring Apigee OAuth for their API resources interact mainly with OAuth policies. APIs can be secured with OAuth without requiring any code to be written. The OAuth APIs exposed by Apigee are primarily designed to enable the development of custom applications for managing the various tokens associated with OAuth 1.0a and 2.0. Using the Apigee OAuth APIs, you can get, list, update, delete authorization codes, access tokens, and so on. For runtime authentication and authorization using OAuth, refer to Apigee OAuth policy documentation. Back
OAuth 1.0a Access Tokens
OAuth 1.0a Request Tokens
OAuth 1.0a Verifiers
Oauth 2.0 Access Tokens
Oauth 2.0 Authorization Code

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