Access All Resources

The All authorized resource option enables the client to access any resource within a domain.

Select All to allow your application to request an access token for trusted or confidential client using the scope urn:opc:resource:consumer::all. This option provides a wide scope. The access token in the response contains the audience urn:opc:resource:scope:account and the scope urn:opc:resource:consumer::all, which gives access to any of the services that are in the same domain without requiring explicit association with target services.

Use only the urn:opc:resource:consumer::all scope in the request. An invalid scope error is returned if you attempt to include both the urn:opc:resource:consumer::all scope and another scope in the same request, such as urn:opc:idm:__myscopes__.

In the account mode, clients can get token for any specific resource provided either urn:opc:resource:consumer::all or the specific resource is added in the allowed scopes

Apart from the scope defined above, you can also specify fine-grained scope as follows:

  • urn:opc:resource:consumer:paas::read

  • urn:opc:resource:consumer:paas:stack::all

  • urn:opc:resource:consumer:paas:analytics::read

Note:

The requested scope should always exist and match, either directly or hierarchically, the client's defined allowed scopes to allow the client access to the resource.

For example, a client uses the urn:opc:resource:consumer:paas:analytics::read scope in its request for access to a resource. If the scope directly matches an allowed scope defined, then in the returned access token the audience is urn:opc:resource:scope:account and the scope is urn:opc:resource:consumer:paas:analytics::read.

If the allowed scope defined by the client is urn:opc:resource:consumer:paas::read, then the client is allowed to access the resource hierarchically if the client requests one of the following scopes:

  • urn:opc:resource:consumer:paas::read

  • urn:opc:resource:consumer:paas:analytics::read

However, if the requested scope is urn:opc:resource:consumer:paas:analytics::write with a different qualifier, then the client isn’t allowed access to the resource.

Note:

The All option doesn't provide access to the Oracle Identity Cloud Service admin APIs. You must continue to use the scope urn:opc:idm:__myscopes__ to access the admin APIs.

To generate a refresh token in addition to the access token, use the scope urn:opc:resource:consumer::all offline_access in the request.