The unico OAuth2 authentication system supports the server-to-server interaction between a web application and the unico services. In this scenario, you will need a service account, which is an impersonal account that belongs to your application and not an individual user. Unico APIs are called by your application through the service account, so users are not directly involved. This scenario is called “two-legged OAuth”, or “2LO”. The service account is used by the application when working with its own data through the unico APIs.
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Therefore, to interact with the APIs of unico products, the applications must be authenticated through their service accounts.
This document describes how an application can complete the OAuth2 server-to-server authentication process over the HTTP protocol.