Tag Archives: OAuth

Reading list: K2 Authentication and Authorization

This is a list of links to K2 documentation which covers K2 Authentication and Authorization topics. In case you have some time to read something for fun 🙂

Authentication

Authentication and Authorization in K2

Claims-based Authentication in K2

Outbound Authorization and OAuth in K2

About K2Trust

Troubleshooting Claims-based Authentication Issues

Identity and Data Security in K2 Cloud for SharePoint

SharePoint Hybrid, Multiple Identity Providers & K2

AAD Multi-Factor Authentication Considerations

Enabling AAD Multi-Factor Authentication Requires Changes in K2 4.7

Authentication Modes

Authentication (in Management)

Integrating with Salesforce

Azure Active Directory Management (Read/Write to AAD)

Claims and OAuth Configuration for SharePoint 2013

Standard SmartForms Authentication

Multi-Authentication Providers

Consolidation to Multi-Auth

IIS Authentication

Authorization

Authorization Framework Overview

Outbound Authorization and OAuth in K2

REST Broker

Resources for Working with the REST Service Broker

REST Swagger File Reference Format

REST Broker and Swagger Descriptor Overview (video)

Endpoints REST Service Type

OData Broker

Using the OData Service Broker (including Serialization and Deserialization)

Endpoints OData Service Type

Workflow and SmartObject APIs

APIs (in Management)

Configuring the Workflow REST API

Configuring the SmartObject OData API

How to Use the K2 Workflow REST Feed with Microsoft Flow to Redirect a K2 Task

How to Use the K2 Workflow REST Feed with Microsoft Flow to Start a Workflow

How to: Use the K2 OData Feed with Microsoft Excel

How to: Use the K2 OData Feed with Microsoft Power BI

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How to check whether the UPA properties are populated correctly for specific user

Certain SharePoint 2013 features as well as K2 for SharePoint need to have User Profile Application (UPA) working and its database populated with correct data.

Sometimes it is difficult to confirm whether or not UPA is correctly configured as SharePoint UI does not show you all the properties for the users. Moreover, even if UPA is not configured properly users still can login to SharePoint and successfully get OAuth tokern, and this fact complicates troubleshooting.

As a quick way to confirm that UPA is populated correctly for a particular user you may ask him to login to SharePoint and navigate to the following page:

It will return all UPA propeerties for the user. For OAuth tokens to work correctly following properties should be popluated: SPS-ClaimID, SPS-ClaimProviderID, SPS-ClaimProviderType, and SPS-UserPrincipalName.

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