OAuth 2.0 Errors
Authorization Response Errors
The following errors can be returned by a request to the authorization endpoint
<Space service URL>/oauth/auth.
| ||The authorization request to Space is missing a required parameter, includes an invalid parameter value, includes a parameter more than once, or is otherwise malformed.||Verify that all of the parameters are correct, that the provided |
| ||The |
| ||The resource owner or Space denied the request.||Verify that you are using the correct values for the |
| ||The parameter ||Verify that you have set the value for the |
| ||The parameter ||Make sure that the request is correct and the requested permissions are pre-authorized in Space.|
Token Response Errors
The following errors can be returned by a request to the token endpoint
<Space service URL>/oauth/token. For more information, read the definition of each error in the RFC6749 standard.
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The request is missing a required parameter, includes an unsupported parameter value (other than grant type), repeats a parameter, includes multiple credentials, utilizes more than one mechanism for authenticating the application, or is otherwise malformed.
|Check the response header, then check if the request is correct.|
| ||Application authentication failed. For example, the application is uknown in Space or no application authentication included.||Check the value for the |
| ||The authorization grant type is not supported by Space.||Verify that you have set the value for the |
| ||The scope parameter is missing or its values do not match the permissiones pre-authorized in Space for the application.||Verify that you are using the correct values for the |
| ||The authorization flow is not supported.||Make sure the application type you specified for your application when registered supports the authorization flow you're using.|
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