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Intergraph Smart Completions Smart API Programmer's Getting Started Guide (5.3.18)

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A common OAuth allows a third-party client to operate on behalf of a user without revealing the user’s credentials, such as username and password to the client.

The client first sends the user credentials to an authorization server:

  1. which authenticates the user

  2. obtains the user’s authorization, and

  3. issues an access token which the client can use in interacting with a resource server

To learn how to explore the Smart API with a common third-party clients, see Exploring the Smart API.