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Introduction

This application makes it possible to disallow authorized applications with the php-oauth authorization server through its API.

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html-manage-authorizations

Installation

You can use Bower to install the dependencies.

$ bower install

Configuration

You need to configure the application to point to your OAuth authorization server. This can be done by copying config/config.js.default to config/config.js and modifying it to suit your situation.

This is the default configuration:

var apiClientId       = 'html-manage-authorizations';
var authorizeEndpoint = 'http://localhost/php-oauth/authorize.php';
var apiEndpoint       = 'http://localhost/php-oauth/api.php';

For example, for your situation it may need to be this:

var apiClientId       = 'html-manage-authorizations';
var authorizeEndpoint = 'https://www.example.org/php-oauth/authorize.php';
var apiEndpoint       = 'https://www.example.org/php-oauth/api.php';

Client Registration

Also, make sure that this client is registered in your OAuth server. The following information could be relevant:

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