Remedy Single Sign-On provides REST API endpoints that you can use to perform certain Remedy SSO operations such as managing end-user sessions, creating, updating and deleting local users, and updating realms.
You must have the admin_token and rsso_token (end-user) tokens from the security definitions to access the REST API endpoints from any other application that can call the endpoints with valid data.
The following table provides details of the REST API endpoints:
The generic endpoints provide details such as the heartbeat of the Remedy SSO server, information about changing the user password, and access token information. These generic endpoints are for BMC internal purposes only.
|OAuth2 endpoints||The OAuth2 endpoints provide details of tokens and authorization information.|