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    I am following the following guide:

    Step #4 says to create the OAuth2 in the Top Level Realm:

    Select Top-Level Realm -> Configure OAuth Provider -> Configure OpenID Connect -> Create -> OK.

    We have set up a stateless realm for testing. Can I use the same steps but substitute our realm for the “Top-Level Realm” or does it have to be in that top-level realm?

    In the docs:

    It states “You must set up a standard policy in the Top Level Realm (/) to protect the authorization endpoint.” but in the example just after it shows:

    1. In the AM console, select Realms > Realm Name > Dashboard > Configure OAuth Provider > Configure OAuth 2.0.

    2. On the Configure OAuth 2.0 page, select the Realm for the authorization service.

    Which is confusing to me.


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