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Adding a server-side app in a domain

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A server-side app is an app that Circuit users can authorize to act on their behalf and is built using Circuit APIs.

Prerequisites:
  • You are the administrator of the domain or a user with developer read/write access rights.

  • There bot app limit has not been reached. You can see the limit and the already created apps in Custom Apps tab.

As a domain administrator, you can add a server-side app in the domain and create the credentials associated with it. Circuit uses OAuth 2.0 for authentication and authorization and supports most common OAuth 2.0 scenarios.

  1. On the web client and Desktop App, click your user name, and then click Manage applications.
  2. Click the Custom Apps tab.
  3. Click Create.
  4. In the window that pops up, click on the arrow in the Server-side app frame for authorization code credentials.
    Note:

    If the maximum number of apps has been reached, the option to create a client-side app is disabled.

  5. In the Create server-side app window enter the necessary information for App name, Description, Author name, Redirect URIs, Scopes, and Time to live.

    In Redirect URIs you can specify one or more URLs for your app. Multiple URLs must be separated with commas. HTTPS is mandatory.

    In Scopes you can specify the various permission levels the app can request. The default value is All.

    Time to live is the maximum time that the access token remains valid. The default value is Forever.

  6. When you finish entering information, click Add.

After creation, a screen appears with the Client ID, the unique identifier of the app that should be provided to the application developer.

This screen contains also the Client secret, the secret key for the app.The client secret is securely stored in server side and cannot be revealed.
Note:

The client secret appears the first time in this screen. If you go back to the app list and return later to this screen, the client secret is not shown.

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