I’m working with an application that supports ‘Client Credentials’ and ‘Authorization Code’ grant types in the authorization request; however, doesn’t support refresh tokens. What is the value of selecting the ‘Client Credentials’ grant type in the REST OAuth2 Account? Does the REST OAuth2 Account make the authorization request and get the token when the first document enters the REST snap that’s using the account? What’s the purpose of the ‘Authorize’ button when the grant type is ‘Client Credentials’ since the token will expire at some point? Is it just to validate that the account has been configured correctly?
I have the same questions if the grant type is ‘Authorization Code’ and the api doesn’t support refresh tokens.