OAuth with impersonation dont log in user

as I read in documentation( https://confluence.atlassian.com/applinks/oauth-security-for-application-links-774045732.html ).
If I got OAuth with impersonation and jira are user server and use application links (it configured and work).
so I can do like this:
I got logged off from jira, bitbucket (also confluence and bamboo).
next I logging in to jira and in the left app navigation menu choose bitbucket I should be auto log in. also it should work for confluence and bamboo?
Is it correct? If yes - how I shoud find the errors? Cause I dont find anything in logs.

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OAuth is not single sign-on and has nothing to do with logging in or out of applications (JIRA, Confluence etc).

With Oauth you can do certain things in other applications like viewing issues in JIRA from Confleunce etc.

I work for Kantega Single Sign-on which is one of many vendors that offer SSO.

-Lars

thx a lot for your answer. now I understand it

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