OAuth self-service
17.7.2.1.6. OAuth 2.0 user self-service

Airlock IAM offers the possibility for users to self-manage their active OAuth 2.0 authorizations. If enabled, users can access information about these OAuth 2.0 authorizations, review the access rights they granted, and may also revoke authorizations.

To enable OAuth 2.0 user self service, the OAuth 2.0 self service plugin has to be configured in the self service settings.

The OAuth 2.0 user self service page will then be available at the following URL:

<URL of Loginapp>/oauth2-manage

The OAuth 2.0 self service page is treated like any other target application. Therefore an appropriate identity propagation target application (using the "no identity propagator" plugin) must be configured.