REST API Endpoints
REST API endpoints are discussed in detail in the following sections:
- Authenticating (REST)
How to use the AM REST APIs to authenticate to AM.
- Policies (REST), Policy Sets (REST), Resource Types (REST), and Policy Set Application Types (REST)
How to use the AM REST APIs for policy management.
- Requesting Policy Decisions Using REST
How to use the AM REST APIs for requesting authorization decisions from AM.
- OAuth 2.0 Endpoints
How to use OAuth 2.0-specific endpoints to request access and refresh tokens, as well as introspecting and revoking them.
- OAuth 2.0 Administration and Supporting REST Endpoints
How to use perform OAuth 2.0 administrative tasks, such as register, read, and delete clients.
- OpenID Connect 1.0 Endpoints
How to use OpenID Connect-specific endpoints to retrieve information about an authenticated user, as well as validate ID tokens and check sessions.
- Retrieving Forgotten Usernames, Replacing Forgotten Passwords, and Registering Users
How to use the AM REST APIs for user self-registration and forgotten password reset.
- Configuring Realms (REST)
How to use the AM REST APIs for managing AM identities and realms.
- Managing Scripts (REST)
How to use the AM REST APIs to manage AM scripts.
- Recording Troubleshooting Information
How to use the AM REST APIs to record information that can help you troubleshoot AM.
- Consuming REST STS Instances and Querying, Validating, and Canceling Tokens
How to use the AM REST APIs to manage AM's Security Token Service, which lets you bridge identities across web and enterprise identity access management (IAM) systems through its token transformation process.