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what is clientid


I follow the instructions on:
All of a sudden, there is a mention of a clientid

But I only have a key and a secret.


Would have been nice if there was some kind of example on that page, so I could better understand what to do next.


I tried to put the key instead of the {cliendid}, but then it gives me:

Invalid redirect_uri

This integration is misconfigured. Contact the vendor for assistance.
It seems that we are the vendor (trying to make a vendor package)

3 answers

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Ana Retamal Atlassian Team Nov 22, 2018

Hi Marcel!

According to the clientId is the OAuth consumer key that corresponds to the consumer registered for your app. You should already have this if you followed the steps on the article you linked, please try it and let us know how it goes!

Kind regards,


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@Khaled AbuShqear Did you even read the answer?

If you follow the instructions on either the link that is referred to in the answer, or you can find the "OAuth Consumer Key" as mentioned by @Ana Retamal

This Consumer key is the clientId.

Repeating your question without even doing the effort to read the answer does not sound very mature, and I can imagine someone not wanting to answer.

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Thanks, that made my morning a lot easier...

First, OAuth is not an API or service: it is an open authorization standard that anyone can implement.

More specifically, OAuth is a standard that applications can use to provide "secure delegated access" to client applications. OAuth works over HTTPS Best Smart Doorbell 2021 and uses access tokens (not credentials) to authorize devices, APIs, servers, and applications.

There are two versions of OAuth: OAuth 1.0a and OAuth 2.0. These specifications are completely different from each other and cannot be used together: there is no backward compatibility between them.

Which is more popular? good question! Today, OAuth 2.0 is the most widely used form of OAuth. So, from now on, whenever I say "OAuth", I am talking about OAuth 2.0, because this is most likely what you want to use.

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