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How to access protected Orange APIs resources using “3-legged” OAuth (i.e. authorization_code grant type)
Best practices for Orange API error handling and troubleshooting
OpenID Connect 1.0 is a simple identity layer on top of the OAuth 2.0 protocol. It allows client applications to verify the identity of the end-user based on the authentication performed by an OAuth 2.0 authorization server, as well as to obtain basic profile information about the end-user in an interoperable and REST manner. OpenID […]
In order to benefit from the SMS OTP Authentication and Consent, the Service Provider must provide the end-user’s mobile number in his API request. The mobile number must be encoded (see below) added to the request using the login_hint query_string parameter. Creating the login_hint for SMS OTP Authentication and Consent: The mobile number must be […]
How to access protected Orange APIs resources using ‘2-legged’ OAuth (i.e. client_credentials grant type)
This guide explains how you can create an end-user test account on the Orange France interface. Creating a test end-user account for Orange France
In this guide we explain the Orange France end-user account interfaces, so that you can understand your users experience, in particular with respect to Orange authentication and consent form. Orange France end-user interfaces
What is Mobile Connect? Mobile Connect is a user authentication and identity service based on the OpenID Connect/OAuth2 standards. Mobile Connect is provided by individual mobile network operators and delivered through a standardised technical interface. Mobile Connect uses two principal APIs: The Discovery API – implemented by GSMA API Exchange platform: it enables your application […]
OAuth 2.0 defines a protocol for securing application access to protected resources, which are accessed through REST APIs. OAuth 2.0 relies on access tokens presented by client applications (on behalf of end-users or not) when requesting access to protected resources via APIs. These tokens must be obtained before the client application can get access to […]