There are several methods of authenticating and establishing a session with the Spark® API. The appropriate method depends on how the developer's API key is configured and the needs of the application:
- OpenID Connect. This is the preferred approach. OpenID Connect combines identity and API authorization in one simple request.
- Access Token. This is used when writing products that act on behalf of a single user explicitly defined for that key.
- OAuth2. This should only be used when your integration with Spark API specifically requires the use of OAuth2. Otherwise, use OpenID Connect.
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Find out which documentation matches your key by entering it here:
Please review the OpenID Connect documentation
Please review the Spark API authentication documentation
Please review the Single Session documentation
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If there are questions on the API key's configuration, please contact email@example.com or submit a Jira ticket.
More information about API key roles may be found here.