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How to get the OAuth 2.0 tab in ArcGIS for Developers?

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04-17-2023 01:45 PM
SuiHuang
Occasional Contributor II

Hi Everybody,

I am learning to use ArcGIS Experience Builder. As a start, I tried to follow the instruction at https://developers.arcgis.com/experience-builder/guide/install-guide/

However, I was stuck at finding the OAuth 2.0 tab in the ArcGIS for Developers site (step 4 of "Create Client ID on ArcGIS Developers site").

After logging in, I only see the "Dashboard" and "Downloads" tabs, but not the "OAuth 2.0" and "API Keys" tabs as the documentation describes.

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I registered my account with personal email without purchasing any product. Is this the reason why I don't see the OAuth 2.0 tab? What is the method for me to get access to the OAuth 2.0 functionality?

Thank you!

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John-Foster
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Hi @SuiHuang 

 

this issue has to do with the type of account you are logged in with. You do not have the privilege to create new items and therefore you cannot create a new OAuth app. You can contact your Organization administrator and ask for your account to be upgraded to a Creator level user. Or you can log out of that account and create a free Developer account by going to https://developers.arcgis.com/sign-up/

When you are logged in you can tell which account you have by looking on your dashboard:

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--jf

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John-Foster
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Hi @SuiHuang 

 

this issue has to do with the type of account you are logged in with. You do not have the privilege to create new items and therefore you cannot create a new OAuth app. You can contact your Organization administrator and ask for your account to be upgraded to a Creator level user. Or you can log out of that account and create a free Developer account by going to https://developers.arcgis.com/sign-up/

When you are logged in you can tell which account you have by looking on your dashboard:

dashboard.png

--jf
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SuiHuang
Occasional Contributor II

@John-Foster thank you for your instruction. In the dashboard I saw an option to upgrade my account to developer account for free, after using it I can see many other functionalities now.

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